Episode the Fifteenth: Journalists Invade Edmonton

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Well, Happy New Year to our twenties of listeners. Scott and I enjoyed our break, but we were both also very eager to get back into the swing of things…

In our fifteenth episode, we sit down with Gateway Editor-in-Chief Mike Kendrick and Canadian University Press President Rob Fishbook to discuss the upcoming National Journalism Conference being hosted in Edmonton by the Gateway and Canadian University Press (CUP) this coming weekend. This event sees hundreds of student journalists descend on the city for a weekend AGM and professional development conference. The line-up of speakers giving talks at this year’s conference (affectionately called “Nash” by salty old-school CUPpies like myself) includes such luminaries as Jan Wong, Adrienne Arsenault… and Scott and myself, if you can believe it.

We also discuss the changing media of student journalism and some of the interesting content and technological challenges that CUP is helping its members tackle — we even get a bit of a sneak peak at CUP’s soon-to-be-launched proprietary content management system for member papers.

Finally, and you’ll never believe this, I got to work in a Star Trek reference. All in all a great show and a terrific start to the New Year.


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4 Responses to “Episode the Fifteenth: Journalists Invade Edmonton”

  1. Ryan Heise
    January 25, 2010 at 1:40 pm #

    Great episode. Only got around to listening to it now. Great insight into the future of journalism and how new media may fit into it.

    • bingofuel
      January 25, 2010 at 3:23 pm #

      Thanks for the comment, Ryan. We enjoyed discussing media with Mike and Rob. It certainly gave me hope for the future of the profession.


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