The Toronto Observer is a proud supporter of the international World News Day event to showcase how journalism matters. The one-day campaign, being held Monday Sept. 28, 2020, involves nearly 150 news organizations around the world, including The Globe and Mail, The Straits Times, CNN, the BBC and more.
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.
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.
When the world came to a complete halt and COVID-19 sent people scurrying into their homes to self-isolate, Radheyan Simonpillai was already there.
Data and statistics have been the most vital type of journalism needed over the last several months as the world battles with the pandemic outbreak of COVID-19.
In the past decade, with the digital disruption and decline of traditional news, jobs in the journalism industry had become sparse to begin with. Now, the pandemic has further worsened prospects for those trying to break into the field.
As the spread of COVID-19 keeps people at home, fashion houses across the globe have been forced to cancel shows with live audiences. Recently, Chanel debuted their 2021 cruise wear line by releasing it online…
Innovation in journalism must be more than just blindly chasing the next “bright, shiny thing,” a pair of digital news veterans told a Toronto audience.