We are offering a FREE virtual Google News Lab information session for everyone to attend. Learn the latest search, sourcing, transcription and graphic interactive techniques Google has to offer. Join us Thursday, November 3rd at 1:00 PM EST. To register please click here.
Attention RTDNA Canada members and students! CBC News is hosting its first ever virtual Career Expo on November 1st for experienced journalists and production professionals interested in exploring a career with CBC. This is your chance to meet and learn from CBC’s top journalists! Please see registration link below: www.cbc.ca/careerexpo
An Ipsos poll, conducted on behalf of the Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) for their annual conference this past week, showed that overall trust in traditional news media is down 14 points since pre-pandemic levels and 8 points since 2021. According to the findings – trust is down across all media sources. The most […]
Canada lost a giant of journalism on the weekend. John Honderich, of the Toronto Star, championed journalism across Canada. He was a mentor and leader to so many. His passion and leadership will be greatly missed. RTNDA Canada sends condolences to his many colleagues and wishes his family all the best. https://www.thestar.com/news/gta/2022/02/06/memories-of-john-honderich.html
– Former General Manager of CTV News Toronto, CP24 and BNN Bloomberg to take the helm – TORONTO (January 4, 2022) – CTV announced today that Michael Melling has been appointed head of CTV News. Michael will be responsible for all news, information and current events programming including CTV News, BNN Bloomberg, CP24, as well […]
TORONTO (January 4, 2022) — Pink Triangle Press (PTP), Canada’s leading LGBTQ2S+ media organization, announced today the appointment of Jennifer McGuire as Pink Triangle Press’ Chief Content Officer, effective January 4, 2022. McGuire, the former and the longest serving Editor-in-Chief of CBC News, is a media executive with deep experience across many genres of content […]
RTDNA Canada wishes Wendy Freeman all the best as she steps down from her illustrious career at CTV News. Wendy is an RTDNA Canada Lifetime Achievement Award recipient and she has been a loyal supporter. We thank her for her contribution to Canadian journalism!
Today is the final day for journalists and media workers in Canada to take part in Taking Care: A survey on mental health, well-being and trauma in Canadian journalism. So far, more than 1200 Canadian media workers have taken part in the 15 minute, anonymous, online survey – for frontline reporters and field staff, to editors, photographers, […]
Hello, We are Matthew Pearson from the School of Journalism and Communication at Carleton University, and Dave Seglins from CBC News. We are working in collaboration with the Canadian Journalism Forum on Violence and Trauma and the Canadian Association of Journalists to get a better understanding of a wide range of issues pertinent to media […]
From our colleagues at RTDNA in the U.S., some helpful tips for conducting live television interviews with inexperienced interviewees. To read the full article from Simon Perez, Associate Professor of Broadcast and Digital Journalism, Syracuse University click here.