Journalism Students Win Best Interactive Story with Canadian Online Publishing Awards

    Congratulations to Sheridan 2nd Year Journalism Students on their recent win with the Canadian Online Publishing Awards (COPA).

Sheridan Broadcast students get involved with J-Source online

Second-year Sheridan journalism students have been working with J-Source online to help get their content out to the public. It’s website states that J-Source is a national online journalism project produced by a collaboration of post-secondary journalism schools and programs led by Ryerson University, Universit√© Laval and Carleton University. It is supported by a group of benefactors including publishers, labour organizations and others who believe in excellence in journalism and its strong and vital future. Sheridan Broadcast Journalism program coordinator Nicole Blanchett-Neheli is also a section editor.