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 can be found on Twitter, Instagram and Tumblr.
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