Kate Tenenhouse, a 2016 graduate of the Bachelor of Journalism program, published a lengthy article at J-Source on May 10 about the transformative impact on journalism of mobile news and social networks. Then, on May 15,  CBC’s Our Ottawa aired her short documentary about a talented street artist whose chalk reproductions of famous artworks are drawing crowds in the downtown tourist districts of the national capital. Kate’s J-Source article, headlined “The good and bad of mobile, social and vertical news,” was adapted from an essay written for one of her fourth-year classes. And her video portrait of the Ottawa artist was produced during an internship at CBC Ottawa.

Frontpage photo: A screen capture from Kate Tenenhouse’s CBC documentary shows chalk artist François Pelletier working on one of his cretions in downtown Ottawa.

Monday, May 16, 2016 in ,
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