Now on J-Source: OpenFile update; Who can tweet in Ontario courts?; Q&A with Steve Ladurantaye, media reporter

Feb 14, 2013, 17:30 ET from Canadian Journalism Foundation

TORONTO, Feb. 14, 2013 /CNW/ -


OpenFile audit complete, contributors' payments to be resolved within weeks: Dinnick
By Belinda Alzner
In the wake of an unofficial tally on David Topping's blog of what OpenFile contributors are owed, CEO Wilf Dinnick says the freelancers' wait should be in its final few weeks.

Journalists can now tweet from Ontario courtrooms—but what does that mean, exactly?
By Thomas Rose
Ontario may be the latest province to allow the use of electronic devices in its courtrooms, but it is not necessarily a privilege enjoyed by all. Our new Law editor introduces himself and describes the complexities in the Superior Court's decision that allows journalists—but not the public—to tweet court proceedings.

Steve Ladurantaye on the media beat
By Eric Mark Do
Steve Ladurantaye has a rare job in Canada: He's a media reporter. Here, The Globe and Mail journalist talks about why the media beat matters, why paywalls are the thing to watch in 2013 and how advertorials may affect journalists' and news organizations' credibility.

Why Jonah Lehrer needs rules
By Belinda Alzner
Jonah Lehrer apologized for his plagiarism and journalistic transgressions and described what steps he would take to avoid making the same mistakes during a speech—for which he was paid a $20,000 honorarium—at the Knight Foundation's Media Learning Seminar on Tuesday. 

In case you missed it: The J-Source Newsperson of the Year Shortlist
Innovators, political shakers, and agenda-setters: We've gone from 28 nominees to five. Check out the shortlisted candidates for the J-Source Canadian Newsperson of the Year Award.



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CJF News:  Join us for our J-Talk The Twitter Effect: Is Journalism Still Able to Get it Right? on February 28 with NPR's Andy Carvin, CBC's Esther Enkin and GigaOM's Mathew Ingram. Toronto Star's Kathy English moderates.

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