King’s Journalism Review
Issues in contemporary journalism

Rick Howe and Melissa Mancini entered the radio business 35 years apart, but find common ground and learn from each other while working on the Rick Howe Show at News 95.7 in Halifax.

Generation Y journalists: mobile, tech savvy, learning

The future of journalism relies on Generation Y

Jan 24, 2014

Richard Spence interviews the head engineer at the diesel leak remediation site in Attawapiskat, Ont.

NGO launches First Nations journalism project

Group sends trainers in to teach photography, reporting

Jan 24, 2014

Chronicle Herald columnist Angela Mombourquette still feels the “boys’ club” effect at work.

Female journalists defy Hollywood stereotype

Movies, TV persist with the glamorous, the villain and the fool

Jan 24, 2014

Chocolate cake is a common dessert at high end restaurants.

Writing about food gets complicated

Restaurant critics wonder: can they serve readers good taste and health?

Jan 24, 2014

MacKinnon holds a bat.

Covering Cuba

Canadian journalists present non-American view of the communist island

Jan 24, 2014

Science is fundamental for writing some stories properly.

The evolution of science journalism

Facing cutbacks in mainstream journalism, science moves online

Jan 24, 2014

Jeff Harper, photographer for the Halifax<em> Metro,</em> believes the less an image is filtered, the better for news photography.

The Instagram debate

Is photojournalism under threat from #catsofinstagram and #throwbackthursday?

Jan 24, 2014