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Apr 4th 2012

The Huffington Post Canada Named Finalist for Excellence in Journalism Award

Today, the Canadian Journalism Foundation announced its list of finalists in the large-media category for the annual Excellence in Journalism Award and The Huffington Post Canada was among the honorees.

The Canadian Journalism Foundation celebrates news organizations that embrace ideals of journalistic excellence including accuracy, independence, accountability, courage and originality. Recent excellence winners in the large-media category include the Toronto Star, Winnipeg Free Press, The Globe and Mail, The Canadian Press and The Hamilton Spectator.

This year's winner-and the winner will be announced at the CJF 15th Annual Awards Gala on June 7, 2012 in Toronto. Click here to read the full list of nominees.

Feb 16th 2012

Patch Heads to School to Find Next Generation of Journalists

At Patch we believe that many of the ideas that will shape the future of digital media and journalism will come (not surprisingly) from the next generation who are now in business and j-schools. Those passionate students will challenge established models and help us constantly reinvent the world of media. For that reason, we love to work with these schools as much as possible. We offer real-world experience and coaching to students at over 100 institutions through our PatchU program. And as often as possible we get to meet with classes and talk about what we're doing. Last night I spoke at the Iona College Mass Communications Department and had a great conversation with students, a couple Patch editors, and Professor Thomas Callahan. My message was basically this: Here's what we're doing at Patch and why; Here's my take on what we can expect in the near future; You will be a big part of how this industry develops; And finally, contrary to popular opinion, the future of local media is incredibly bright and exciting! Thanks to Iona for having me, and I'm off to Stanford's Graduate School of Business next week to talk about the future of media.

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