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There’s been a big shift in how journalists consider their audiences in newsrooms. That shift is largely due to audience data. (Shutterstock)

How audience data is shaping Canadian journalism

A new study on Canadian journalism examines the impact of audience data on journalistic roles and journalists’ perceptions of their audience
Despite evidence that classroom simulations are beneficial in the training of news professionals, they haven’t been widely used in journalism education. (Sara Mizannojehdehi)

Simulations with actors prepare journalism students to interview trauma survivors

Developing trauma-aware interview skills is part of teaching students how to ethically and sensitively report on traumatic events, and learn how to take care of their own mental health and well-being.
Two pundits – Jonah Goldberg, left, and Paul Begala, second from right – discuss politics with journalists Kristen Holmes and Jake Tapper. The Conversation

Pundits: Central to democracy, or partisan spewers of opinion who destroy trust

Pundits are everywhere, giving their analyses of current events, politics and the state of the world. You’ll hear a lot more from them this election year. Is their rank opinion good for democracy?
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How to improve social cohesion

Real social cohesion comes from the slow and unglamorous work of listening to people carefully, paying them respect and giving them the benefit of the doubt.

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