Journalism Student Work

Students begin publishing in their second year, and continue through the graduate program. Their work reaches a broad public audience through the following outlets:

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The Halifax CommonerThe Newspaper Workshop (JOUR 4855/5855) produces a print newspaper distributed across the Halifax peninsula — and an online site.

(Workshop runs in two six-week blocks — beginning in November and January)

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UNewsThe Online Workshop (JOUR 4857/5857) produces a multimedia news site focused on Halifax's post-secondary education community.

(Workshop runs in two six-week blocks — beginning in November and January)

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The 'FaxThe Television Workshop (JOUR 4858/5858) produces this TV show broadcast weekly on Eastlink Channel 10 in Halifax. Catch the show online too.

(Workshop runs in two six-week blocks — beginning in November and January)

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Investigative WorkshopThe Investigative Workshop (JOUR 4954/5954) produces in-depth pieces of journalism on a selected topic each year. Check out our recent features:

(Workshop runs for six weeks in March and April)

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Radio RoomThe Radio Workshop (JOUR 4856/5856) broadcasts this 30-minute current affairs show on Halifax community radio CKDU 88.1 FM.
 

(Workshop runs in two six-week blocks — beginning in November and January)
 

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Peninsula NewsSecond-year students in Reporting Techniques (JOUR 2001) produce this online publication covering communities in Halifax's core.
 

(Published in the Winter term)

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Advanced Television WorkshopStudents produce 10-minute video documentaries (JOUR 4958/5958). View some of recent documentaries
 

(Workshop runs for six weeks in March and April)

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King's Journalism ReviewFourth-year students in the BJH programme produce features that look at issues in journalism for their Honours Project (JOUR 4856/5856).

(New content published three times a year)
 

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MJ ProgrammeStudents produce a collaborative feature website (JOUR 6001). Our recent projects:

(New content published in July and August)
 

 

In-Course Student Work Published by Other Media

 

Many students also produce work for local and national media outlets while they are in class, or during their four-week internship.

For more information about publications or the school itself, please contact administrative secretary Kelly Porter at kelly.porter@ukings.ca

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