Since the start of the pandemic, most reporters and journalists in Canada — including j-school students — are working from home, with sofas and coffee tables replacing offices and cubicles.
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Maureen Taylor was a leading health journalist during the SARS pandemic. Now, in the era of COVID-19, she’s working on a different front line as a Physician’s Assistant in Infectious Diseases at Michael Garron Hospital in Toronto.
In the time of COVID-19, the need for people to be critical media consumers is now more pressing than ever.
As COVID-19 hit the world, the question of Taiwan joining WHO has become an urgent and sensitive topic worldwide.
“No two days are the same, and every day there is the same amount of work. When I’m doing that work is different,” Persico said.
Sports photojournalists in North America are anxious to get back to work.
Zosia Bielski covers gender, sexuality, social dynamics and contemporary culture in her role as a senior journalist for The Globe and Mail.
A wave of political tension has swept Hong Kong since 2019, from the proposal of the anti-extradition bill movement to the outbreak of COVID-19, followed by the implementation of National Security Law.
Dean Takahashi, the lead writer for GamesBeat at VentureBeat, has been covering video games for more than 20 years. The Toronto Observer interviewed Takahashi in mid-June about his views on how gaming journalists have been affected by COVID-19.
COVID-19 has pushed photojournalists to use their creativity and skills to tell a visual story at a distance amid complicated challenges during these extraordinary times.