J-Talks Live reimagines business journalism

TORONTO, March 24, 2022 /CNW/ – The Canadian Journalism Foundation’s (CJF) next J-Talks Reside webcast features a panel of business enterprise journalists on future protection and how newsrooms are adapting to bring in a new era of younger, more assorted visitors. This no cost occasion usually takes place on Wednesday, April 20 at 12 p.m. ET.

The Canadian Journalism Foundation's upcoming J-Talks Live webcast "Reimagining Business Journalism" features (left-to-right): Christine Dobby, Toronto Star; Anupreeta Das, The New York Times; Anne Gaviola, Global News; and Rita Trichur, The Globe and Mail. The show takes place on Wednesday, April 20 at 12 P.M. ET. (CNW Group/Canadian Journalism Foundation)

The Canadian Journalism Foundation’s approaching J-Talks Stay webcast “Reimagining Organization Journalism” characteristics (still left-to-ideal): Christine Dobby, Toronto Star Anupreeta Das, The New York Situations Anne Gaviola, Worldwide Information and Rita Trichur, The Globe and Mail. The show takes put on Wednesday, April 20 at 12 P.M. ET. (CNW Team/Canadian Journalism Basis)

Featured speakers are Anupreeta Das, finance editor at The New York Moments, Anne Gaviola, senior digital broadcast journalist at World News, and Rita Trichur, senior business enterprise writer and columnist for The Globe and Mail. Foremost this dialogue is Toronto Star business reporter Christine Dobby.

“On the heels of a global pandemic that disrupted labour marketplaces and intensified socioeconomic divisions, the CJF welcomes a team of believed leaders who are reimagining the foreseeable future of business journalism,” says CJF Government Director Natalie Turvey. “We are honoured to have Anupreeta, Anne and Rita be a part of us to share their know-how and perspectives on the evolution of business coverage.”

Anupreeta Das oversees broad coverage of Wall Street, together with banking, investing, markets, insurance policy and consumer finance. She was earlier the deputy business editor at The Wall Avenue Journal and has won two breaking news awards from the Modern society for Advancing Business Editing and Crafting.

Anne Gaviola‘s enterprise defeat delivers news that assists folks make the finest economic selections by being familiar with the effects of latest situations. Her spots of desire include fintech, housing, the long run of work as properly as range, fairness and inclusion. Gaviola previously worked at CBC, VICE and BNN Bloomberg.

Rita Trichur is an award-winning journalist whose earlier roles at the World integrated Senior Editor, Monetary Products and services Editor and columnist for the Report on Small business Magazine. Formerly, Trichur spent 2½ decades as a reporter for The Wall Street Journal’s Canada bureau and has also lined economic providers for the Toronto Star.

Christine Dobby has lined business for a lot more than a 10 years, reporting for the Economic Put up and The Globe and Mail ahead of signing up for the Star. She has penned thoroughly about the telecom industry as effectively as lawful and regulatory challenges. Ahead of journalism, she was briefly a family members legislation law firm.

This free virtual occasion is aspect of the CJF’s J-Talks Are living application that explores pressing journalistic concerns.

The CJF many thanks the generosity of exclusive J-Talks Reside collection sponsor TD Bank Team and in-type supporters CPAC and Cision.

Cision is the unique distribution spouse of the CJF.

Day: Wednesday, April 20, 2022, 12 p.m. ET.
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About The Canadian Journalism Foundation
Established in 1990, The Canadian Journalism Foundation promotes, celebrates and facilitates excellence in journalism. The foundation runs a prestigious awards and fellowships program featuring an industry gala where by information leaders, journalists and company Canada get to celebrate outstanding journalistic accomplishment and the worth of skilled journalism. By regular monthly J-Talks, a community speakers’ collection, the CJF facilitates dialogue amid journalists, business people, lecturers and college students about the function of the media in Canadian society and the ongoing issues for media in the electronic period. The basis also fosters chances for journalism education, schooling and research.

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