Canadian Magazine Industry News
3 February 2016,     TORONTO
The Ryerson Review of Journalism lives on
 
J-source
is reporting that the print version of the Ryerson Review of Journalism (RRJ) will continue to be published, after discussions were held surrounding the role of print and other platforms in the publications future.

The magazine currently has about 300 print subscriptions and sells almost 200 copies on newsstands. It is also distributed for free across Canada.

“Most people in the industry really value the Review because we do something that really isn’t being done,” RRJ instructor Tim Falconer, said. “The Review does long-form features where we ask students to do 40 interviews and then write 2,500 to 3,000 words.”

Read the full story at J-source.



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