Canadian showcase for project research

The Canadian Communication Association annual conference in Toronto in May-June features a wide range of presentations and discussions by researchers from the Global Journalism Innovation Lab.

Browse the full CCA program here.

Tue, 30 May

Portraits of Canadian Journalism

DB 1016 | 9:00 – 10:30

The Emergence of Canadian Right-Wing Journalism Startups

Alfred Hermida & Mary Lynn Young, University of British Columbia, Canada

The Influence of Critical Race Theory on Journalistic Storytelling

DB 1016 | 11:00 – 12:30

Session Chair: Mary Lynn Young, University of British Columbia, Canada

Vinita Srivastava, The Conversation Canada Senior Editor, Host, Don’t Call Me Resilient podcast

Wed, 31 May

(De)gendering AI

DB 1014 | 9:00 – 10:30

Addressing Biases In Ai Through Diversity Inclusion

Mykelle Pacquing & Frauke Zeller, Toronto Metropolitan University, Canada

[hybrid] Technology, Agency & Resistance

DB 1005 | 13:30 – 15:00

Central American and Caribbean Youths’ Counter-Storytelling Using Social Media

Frauke Zeller, Toronto Metropolitan University

Thu, 1 June

Wartime Petrocultures: Energy, Nationalism, and Media

DB 0009 | 11:00 – 12:30

“Public Inquiry Into Anti-Alberta Energy Campaigns”: The Rise of Petro Nationalism

Sibo Chen, Toronto Metropolitan University, Canada

[hybrid] Journalism Innovation in a Time of Systemic Crises

DB 1004 | 14:00 – 15:30

Session Chair: Sibo Chen

Data Journalism For Health Justice: Journalistic Innovation At The Local

Sibo Chen, Toronto Metropolitan University, Canada & Shirley Roburn, York University, Canada

Author Intent, Gatekeeping, Or Perception: What Makes Work Published On The Conversation “Journalism”?

Nicole Blanchett, Toronto Metropolitan University, Canada

Artificial Intelligence Redefining Or Redesigning Journalism

Frauke Zeller, Toronto Metropolitan University, Canada; Stuart Duncan, Toronto Metropolitan University, Canada

Innovation and New Value Propositions In Journalism: The Case of The Conversation

Charles Davis, RTA Media, Toronto Metropolitan University, Canada

Didactic Explanation and Argument In Conversation Canada Articles

Robert Clapperton, Professional Communication – The Creative School – Toronto Metropolitan University, Canada

Fri, 2 June

Innovation and Challenges in Journalism Education

DB 1005 | 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

A Scoping Review of Canadian Journalism Scholarship

Michelle Bartleman, University of Ottawa, Department of Communication, Canada

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