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Now On J-Source: Rob Ford Decision Day; Sun Editor Responds To Cuts Criticism; Blacklock's Accreditation Controversy

TORONTO, Nov. 28, 2012 /CNW/ -

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J-News Roundup: Reporting the Rob Ford decision On Monday morning, Justice Hackland rendered his decision on Rob Ford's conflict of interest trial: Ford was found to have violated the Municipal Conflict of Interest Act and has been ousted from office after a 14-day period. The Mayor intends to appeal the decision. Belinda Alzner rounded up how Toronto City Hall reporters covered the story. Link to article

J-News Parliamentary Press Gallery issues Blacklock's Reporter accreditation after controversy Blacklock's Reporter just wants to sit alongside the  Vietnam News Agency. And it looks like it'll get its wish.  Justin Ling reports from Ottawa, where the Hill's newest online news source thought for a time that it would face trouble gaining its Parliamentary Press Gallery accreditation. Link to article

Town Hall Sun Media cuts: Toronto Sun editor James Wallace responds Toronto Sun editor-in-chief  James Wallace responds to a feature run by J-Source last week in which Rob Granatstein lamented Sun Media's 500 job cuts. Wallace says that newsrooms are hardly being gutted, though the cuts they've made haven't been without pain, and that Sun's restructuring comes in response to "an industry caught mid-evolution between old traditions and new realities." Link to article

Covering Violence and Trauma Telling the stories that have to be told - those of the most vulnerable How do you give voice to the voiceless without damaging them in the process?  Paula Last reports from the recent CAJ event on interviewing trauma survivors, explaining how journalists can be sensitive when telling their deeply personal stories. Link to article

Town Hall TV news is here to stay: J-Talk with Canadian broadcast executives Television news is here to stay, but in an age of instant information, networks must provide more than just the scheduled newscast to keep their audience engaged.  Eric Mark Do reports from the recent CJF J-Talk, where a panel of Canadian broadcast executives discussed why their networks are still the sources people rely on, and why the industry is not ready for Internet-only broadcast. Link to article

Students' Lounge Lessons from a j-student: 'We, as journalists, are all in this together' J-school students know their future jobs as journalists carry risks, both physical and emotional. After a recent Canadian Journalism Forum on Violence and Trauma workshop, Katie Starr explains you don't need to travel halfway across the world to experience the risks that come along with being a journalist. Link to article

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Good summation.

But I believe I further wrapped my criticism of the three network honchos and the lack of storytelling in their newscasts around the proposition that social media, Twitter, Facebook and "citizen journalists", offer facts but by their very nature can't and don't offer reasoned understanding of those facts.

Only traditional storytelling can bring that vital understanding. It's by far the most efficient method of passing on information and meaning, one to the other, that humans have ever invented.

Reader: Tim Knight Article: TV news is here to stay: J-Talk with Canadian broadcast executives

J-Source and ProjetJ are projects of The Canadian Journalism Foundation in collaboration with leading journalism schools and organizations.

CJF News: Aspiring photojournalists with less than five years of experience can apply now for the Tom Hanson Photojournalism Award. Deadline is January 7, 2013.

CJF J-Talk: Check out the event report for last week's Keeping You on the Tube: The Mission of Broadcast News, featuring the webcast, photos and more.

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