J-Source seeks funding

The Canadian Journalism Project, better known in the industry as J-Source and ProjetJ, has been told to look elsewhere for funding in 2014 by the Canadian Journalism Foundation.

The Project was launched in 2007 by a partnership of CJF, journalism schools and the Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ), and has been funded almost entirely by the CJF since its inception. “Now that it is well established, the Board has decided that the time has come to pursue alternatives to the project’s current structure and funding model, with a view to the CJF ceasing to be the principal funder after 2013,” wrote chair of The CJF board Bob Lewis in a memo to editors, partners and contributors.

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