Category Archives: liveblog
Or, according to the timestamp on my most recent blog post, so 2012. But I’ve been far from inactive — I’m just over this slow-blog approach. My ongoing efforts at creation, ideation and general industry kvetching can be found an … Continue reading
Photos, video and liveblogging from my trip to Mexico City to train journalists to cover news in real time.
ScribbleLive has had a hand in reporting on the tumultous Arab Spring. A tool that removes traditional barriers to publishing can empower reporters and photographers, and in countries that have a tight grip on information, real-time reporting allows journalists to … Continue reading
Earlier this week I liveblogged the screening of a documentary called Prosecutor, which followed the first trial of the International Criminal Court and its chief prosecutor, an Argentinian lawyer named Luis Moreno-Ocampo. The ICC was launched in 2002 to deal with war … Continue reading
Earlier this week I volunteered to liveblog a panel discussion called Thrown under the Omnibus, where a passionate collection of experts from the fields of law, harm reduction, prison, women, youth and victims’ rights gathered to discuss the implications of … Continue reading
When the Canucks lost the cup, reporters covering the game found themselves in the middle of a riot. In this piece —originally published by J-Source — I explain how two Vancouver newsrooms, The Province and Global TV BC, pushed information … Continue reading