King’s Journalism Review
Issues in contemporary journalism

Untreated Trauma

War correspondents face a lack of mental health resources

Dec 14, 2016

The worrisome 13 per cent

Are people who turn off the news still getting informed?

Dec 2, 2016

Down, but not out of the picture

Despite newsroom layoffs, great photojournalism can still be seen. Here’s why.

Nov 30, 2016

ReportingIt’s a crime

How should journalists cover rape?

Nov 28, 2016

Out in the newsroom

How LGBTQ journalists navigate the workplace

Nov 25, 2016

Why are we obsessed with podcasts?

Quality spoken word content is back, and just a click away

Nov 23, 2016

For nearly 50 years, Indigenous filmmakers in Canada have been sharing their stories on screens across the country and globe.

Giving voice to resilience

Indigenous documentary filmmakers focus on unheard perspectives

Nov 21, 2016

Church Closures Saving Saint Patrick's

Parishioners of the aging church hold on to ‘home’

Nov 21, 2016

Culture ShockExploring the military-journalist relationship

Do you know what you don’t know about each other?

Nov 18, 2016

Swearing, by the (style)book

Is it time for print media to stop whitewashing profanity?

Nov 16, 2016

Don’t kill the messenger

Is journalism becoming more dangerous?

Nov 14, 2016

The trouble with trolls

Journalists search for how to best survive troll attacks

Nov 10, 2016

PoliticsLindell Smith

The inside story of how he took Halifax Peninsula North in a landslide

Nov 5, 2016

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Blurred Lines

Does the lucrative relationship between ESPN and the NFL threaten the credibility of ESPN’s journalism?

Feb 24, 2016