Newsweek

What's Really Killing Print Journalism

Jim Harris | Posted 12.23.2012 | Canada Business
Jim Harris

Print journalism is changing fundamentally. Three dramatic events last week make the point: On October 18, Newsweek magazine announced it will become a digital only publication in 2013, ending 80 years in print. Newspapers have failed, so far, to acquire the skill sets required for print journalism in the 21st century.

Watching the Watchdog: The Elephant in the Newsroom

Tim Knight | Posted 12.23.2012 | Canada
Tim Knight

Last Thursday, CJF's full-house gathering was titled Gutenberg's Last Stand: Reinventing the Modern Newspaper. Sitting in the audience, I was certain that -- plagiarism being a mortal sin in our honourable profession -- someone would raise Wentegate. I waited. Nobody mentioned Wentegate. Or resignations. Surely, if nothing else, Stackhouse deserved his chance to explain?

Newsweek Doesn't Think There's Anywhere To Eat In Canada

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 08.08.2012 | Canada Living

For Newsweek, it appears North America consists of only one country: The United States. In the magazine's most recent issue, featuring "101 Best Pl...

Change My Mind: Is the Modern Woman Too Picky?

JD Halperin | Posted 09.23.2012 | Canada Living
JD Halperin

Incredibly, there are no statistics on this. And yet women hear about this topic all the time -- and not just from their mothers. It's an anthem playing throughout our modern culture, along with all those girl empowerment, Beyonce-style pop songs. So HuffPost put the topic to two young single men, active on the dating frontier. In our latest "Change My Mind" debate, you the reader get to decide on the loser. Just be kind. Reject him nicely.

Is The Internet Bad For Your Health?

Jessie Poquerusse | Posted 09.22.2012 | Canada Business
Jessie Poquerusse

Are you noticing that society is becoming more and more virtual? You may be missing out on the real-life interactions that make you mentally and physically healthy. A recent Newsweek article revealed some of the negative impacts that Internet addictions are having on lives. Is there a way to fight this?