Dear ‘fax followers, fans and alumni :
It’s a new school year and time for a new look and a new name. Starting mid-November, 2014, the King’s television news workshop launches The Anchor.
Social. Local. Dynamic. The Anchor connects you to the news from Halifax. It’s a place for your stories and your voices – King’s journalists keeping you informed.
Join us at our new site, theanchor.kingsjournalism.com (link to come)
If you’re in the Halifax NS area, catch the show on TV – Tuesday nights at 7:30 on Eastlink Television, channel 10.
Note: if you’re looking for the work of the many King’s journalists who filed to the fax, it will still be archived here!
Questions? Comments? Contact the University of King’s College School of Journalism
Hosted by Adrienne Bernstein and Jessica Filoso.
This week on the ‘fax: vendors at the Seaport Market aren’t too happy with a new recipe calendar put out by the government; what it would mean if Halifax had a breast milk bank, and Dalhousie’s opera workshop shows off young singers in a classic fairy tale.
Check out the trailer below, and you can catch the whole show here.
Hosted by Braeden Jones and Catharina de Waal
This week on the ‘fax, we got animals, February holidays, X-treme sports, and beard oil.
You can watch the whole show here
Hosted by Rebecca Joseph and Kelsey Power
This week on the ‘fax: We visit FANfit, a pay-to-play fitness event in support of possible Olympic and Paralympic athletes, some scuba divers explore a mysterious wreckage and Haligonians enjoy a citywide snow day.
You can watch the whole show here. …or screen the trailer first:
Posted by: Jessica Filoso
This week on the’fax: A bus schedule app keeps riders out of the cold and wins silver at a startup competition, we check out the Halifax pothole situation and kids learn history through a collection of poems.
Check it out:
You can watch the whole show here.
If you’re hungry for more Halifax news check out our web-only extras.
Have you seen the pro-life ads on busses? They are stirring up controversy and some Haligonians are fighting back. This week Adrienne Bernstein talked to Allison Sparling about why she is crowdfunding a pro-choice ad campaign.
Posted by: Helen Pike
In our first show of the new year, we’re online-only as we gear up a new TV news workshop at the University of King’s College.
Watch the show on Vimeo:
-City council is looking into clear garbage bags…again;
-A Dal student tells how he almost bought stolen property;
-Ditching your New Year’s resolution… already!
Hosts: Yvette Naniuzeyi and Jessica Filoso
Producer: Rebecca Joseph
Assignment: Helen Pike
This week on the ‘Fax: One Match helps save the life of a little girl; pilot boats get recognized for their important duties; the hug train brings a difference to those across Canada and the U.S.
Watch the whole show, or check it out here in the web preview!
CORRECTION: The web preview script suggests that Reese Hawkins is a potential donor in the OneMatch program. In fact, she was a recipient.
To learn more about Sarah Lawrynuik’s story on OneMatch, click here
For more on Jennifer Grudic’s story on Pilot Boats, including an interview with Atlantic Pilotage Authority CEO Captain Anthony McGuinness, click here.
Web-only report – (to come) Matt Gray reports from the annual vigil for World AIDS Day.
The Santa Quest pictures provided by Tell Tale Productions