Digital News Innovation Challenge awards seed money to media startups hoping to create a lasting impact on the media landscape.Details
The RSJ is proud to launch a nation-wide high school journalism writing contest called “RSJ Community Spotlight”.
The task is to write a profile story about someone inspiring in your community that is making a difference.
News organizations have been closing at three times the rate that new ones are being launched, community newspapers are the most frequently closed news outlets across the country, and new online media isn’t making up for the losses of more traditional news media are just some of the striking observations that can be made from the newly released Local News Map Data Reports.Details
For almost 70 years, the Ryersonian covered the campus of the university. Now it’s looking beyond Yonge/Dundas to cover local Toronto news as well.Details
This fall, the Ryerson School of Journalism welcomes Kalli Anderson to the University’s LTF position and Adrian Ma to the tenure-stream.Details