Ann Rauhala

  • Conference offers survival tips for journalists dealing with sexual harassment

    By AMANDA POPE Staff reporter April 18, 2018 Journalists who are sexually harassed by sources, on social media or in their newsrooms should document the incident, find a support network and be aware of how their union can help, panellists told an audience of young reporters at the Ryerson Review of Journalism’s spring conference. The two-day event, #MediaToo: The #MeToo movement…

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  • New study examines meditation as tool for anxious student journalists

    Feb. 1, 2018 By AMANDA POPE Staff reporter Ryerson journalism students are participating in a study investigating whether mindfulness and meditation can help them cope better with the stresses of the job. A four-week course led by associate professor Ann Rauhala and assistant professor Lisa Taylor, both from the School of Journalism, will introduce student journalists to mindfulness strategies for…

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  • When rural newspapers fall prey to predatory ownership, local content goes fast

    This is one of a series of articles and videos on the June 2017 conference “Is no local news bad news? Local journalism and its future” hosted by the Ryerson Journalism Research Centre. Watch the full conference panel below. To read more about the conference and local news, visit: By GREGORY FURGALA Staff reporter Small market newspapers are being…

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