- The Toronto Star Centre for Reporting Located on the first floor of the Rogers Communication Centre, this space includes the newsrooms for the Ryerson Review of Journalism magazine and the Ryersonian digital-first news organization, as well as the office for j-source.ca. Between the newsrooms is the Venn Reporter's Lab, a flexible space for learning, news production and events. The centre also houses the Ideas Lab, which is used for discussion and workshop-style classes.
- The Ryersonian The Ryersonian is a digital-first newsroom run by final-year journalism students at Ryerson University. Print, broadcast and online content is distributed through a weekly campus newspaper, daily newscasts, and a constant online presence.
Students enrolled in the Ryersonian course dedicate six weeks to working in the newsroom. They attend story meetings, work on daily news and long-form projects, and act as editors for the various beats and platforms.
- Ryerson Review of Journalism newsroom The Ryerson Review of Journalism is an award-winning magazine that offers an unflinching look at Canadian journalism. It's produced by final-year students at Ryerson University's School of Journalism.
- Ryerson Review of Journalism newsroom In the RRJ newsroom, students collaborate on their stories, post content to rrj.ca, and have planning meetings for the publication.
- The Venn Reporter's Lab Most days in the Venn, you will find students hard at work completing assignments ranging from print articles to multimedia online projects. The space includes printing, phones for interviews, computers with production software, and meeting space.
- The Venn Reporter's Lab The Venn is also a flexible space for hosting various events, including lectures, workshops, panel discussions, and social events.
- The Venn Reporter's Lab Finally, the Venn also includes a webcasting and live television shooting area for the Ryersonian. From here, senior students can produce live webcasts that air on ryersonian.ca, and do live hits into the daily live television broadcast, RyersonianTV.
- Mobile computing labs The RSJ has several mobile computing labs, where students are encouraged to use their own laptops for class assignments. Laptops with all production software are also available to be signed out.
- Andy Kufluk FCAD Equipment Distribution Centre (EDC) The EDC houses a variety of production equipment used for learning, projects and research in all schools across FCAD.
- Andy Kufluk FCAD Equipment Distribution Centre (EDC) All students enrolled in the School of Journalism are able to sign out equipment from the EDC, including video, photography, and video equipment, as well as laptops and mobile technology.
- Audio Studio The audio studio is on the second floor of the Rogers Communication Centre. The digital studio consists of a control room and two audio booths.
- Audio Studio The studio is used by students for radio production and other audio recording projects, including podcasts and documentaries.
- Television studio (Studio D) As a dedicated news and current-affairs television production studio, Studio D offers production spaces for live and prerecorded news reports, interviews, and green-screen production.
- Television studio (Studio D) From the state-of-the-art control room, students produce live newscasts, incorporating robotic cameras, live feeds, graphics, and digital video playback. These newscasts can be viewed on the in-house television channel and through live-streaming to ryersonian.ca