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22 days ago

Guardian of the Edition - Design and UX QA (12 month contract)


As a key member of the newly formed tablet operations and publishing team, you will be tasked with overseeing the quality and publishing of our daily… THE TORONTO STAR

24 days ago

Team Editor (Print production, Special Sections)


Primarily focusing on the print production of several weekly sections (Travel, New in Homes and Wheels), the successful candidate will be responsible… THE TORONTO STAR

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Toronto Star Publisher John D. Cruickshank
John D. Cruickshank
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  • Insight editor, foreign editor, oped editor, news editor

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    Former Employee - Retired in Ajax, ON (Canada)
    Former Employee - Retired in Ajax, ON (Canada)
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    Cutting edge journalism, Challenging, creative environment. Innovative thinking encouraged. Progressive philosophy and enlightened leadership. Strong voice in GTA


    Cutbacks have hurt national and international coverage. Driving down overall age of newsroom has diminished the papers institutional memory.The papers commentary sections do not reflect the demagraphic realities of Toronto.

    Advice to Management

    focus heavily on investigations. Consolidate the Monday-Friday editions. With the A section so much smaller it makes more sense to have fewer sections, to give the paper a "fatter" more substantial feel. Diversify commentators to better reflect the city's demagraphics, particularly on the internet

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