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Miriam Katawazi | What does it mean when a photograph is altered -- what if the changed image is widely shared? How can photojournalists protect their work?
Columnists
Wayne MacPhail | In the midst of a Big Data sea, tools that allow the visual display of quantitative information will be an asset to anyone who wants to crowdsource the discovery of the narratives in the numbers.
Activist Toolkit
| Send a message to Minister of Justice Nayer Abdel-Moneim Othman calling on the Egyptian authorities to release Mohamed Fahmy and his Al Jazeera colleagues immediately and unconditionally.
Columnists
Linda McQuaig | Why is Stephen Harper's reaction to the Mohamed Fahmy verdict so lackadaisical? His government has failed one of its most basic responsibilities: defending the rights of Canadians.
Blog
Evan Soloman: Likely not a zombie
Nora Loreto | What's with all the right-wing rhetoric coming from CBC programming?
Columnists
Wayne MacPhail | I devoured the New York Times report, Innovation, and was gobsmacked by how coddled NYT journalists are when it comes to dealing with the issues of online journalism.
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Mel Watkins | In her new book, historian Doris Kearns Goodwin studies the development of investigative journalism and progressive politics in the U.S., faciliated by the availability of cheap paper from Canada.
Columnists
Wayne MacPhail | A digital journalist is still a journalist and must be doing the same work as a print journalist. So why is one employee paid less just because his or her work doesn't end up as ink on cellulose?
Blog
George Lessard | A new blog by Jane George about her work with Nunasiaq News in Nunavut and Nunavik
Columnists
Rick Salutin | Mad Men starts its final season on Sunday. It's ironic that it happens at a time of serious decline for advertising itself, which for over a century was the linchpin of the capitalist system.
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Amy Goodman | Neither death nor imprisonment should be the punishment for journalists doing their job. Since 1992, the Committee to Protect Journalists reports, there have been 1,054 journalists killed worldwide.
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Maria Kari | When attacks from the Pakistani Taliban moved from 'possibility' to 'real life' journalists and editors scrambled to define what this means for reporting on extremists and the safety of their writers.