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SOURCE Canadian Journalism Foundation
TORONTO, March 1, 2013 /CNW/ -
Jorge Barrera of APTN News: The 2012 J-Source Newsperson of the Year Jorge Barrera, a reporter for the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network,
has been named the winner of the 2012 J-Source Newsperson of the Year
Award for his investigative work in First Nations communities and for
his outstanding, multi-platform reporting on the Idle No More
Q&A with Newsana co-founder Ben Peterson
By Belinda Alzner
Newsana wants to elevate the conversation and create a curation
community that provides meaning to its members. But how will they
capture users' short attention spans on the Internet?
Journalists, lock up your cellphones
By Thomas Rose
Journalists may want to get into the habit of locking their cellphones
in the wake of a ruling by the Ontario Court of Appeal which found
police do not need a warrant to search unprotected phones.
CJF News: Are you an early-career journalist looking to explore your beat
in-depth for a week? Apply for the Greg Clark Award. Deadline: March 15.
CJF Awards: Early-bird rates available for tables and tickets for the 16th Annual CJF Awards until March 29.
Visit CJF Awards to purchase a ticket. To buy more than five tickets or a table, contact
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