Stories of the success from Emerge Magazine writer, Rob Jowett

After an excitement-filled day this past Thursday at the actual Emerge conference itself, I was able to catch up with Rob Jowett, one of the chief writers on the magazine, in the busy aftermath and get his thoughts on the day. The Emerge magazine…

SPEAKER SPOTLIGHT: Writing fearlessly; Dave Bidini’s thoughts on honest storytelling

At Emerge 2018, guests were able to listen to renowned author and musician Dave Bidini talk about how he created his local, not-for-profit newspaper, The West End Phoenix. From touring with the Tragically Hip to working for the National Post…

Finalist Highlight: Aashta Shetty

University of Guelph-Humber student tackles modelling scam in her multimedia project  Aashta Shetty, a fourth year journalism student at the University of Guelph-Humber, is nominated For her project “Naked: Disrobing a modeling scam”…

A group of Guelph-Humber students showcase Toronto’s skateboarding culture in their nominated documentary

Videography, University of Guelph-Humber; “From the streets” A documentary team that not only shone a light on an issue in Toronto but also offered filming aspects that let the students develop and express their creativity and skills…

Nova Scotia students delve into their province’s history with their story on the Halifax Explosion

Audio Storytelling, University of King’s College; “What if the Halifax Explosion never happened?” The largest group to be nominated in the Emerge Media Award category for Audio Storytelling category is from the University of King’s…

Finalist Highlights: Kelsey Narayan

The joy of Thanksgiving is captured in UofGH student’s photograph of a delightful treat. University of Guelph-Humber student, Kelsey Narayan, is a finalist in the EMAs Photography category for her work, “Thanksgiving Delight. 1. What…

Finalists Highlight: Andrew Seal

Andrew Seal is a journalism student from the University of British Columbia and has been nominated in two categories for the Emerge Media Awards. The first is for his written word project ““The Sto:lo’s stolen children” and secondly for his collaboration on “Tém:éxw: Stories of Land”, which is nominated for design: online news site or magazine.

Finalist Highlights: Jason Lau

McMaster University finalist showcases Canada’s ethnocultural diversity in colourful campaign Jason Lau of McMaster University is a finalist in two EMAs categories this year. These include the public relations category for “Canada…

Fact or Fiction panel at Emerge will explore tough issues facing media and marketing industry

At the 2018 Emerge Conference, Heath Applebaum, president of Echo Communications Inc. and a sought-after speaker on media issues, will lead a thought-provoking panel called: Fact or Fiction. He will be joined by award-winning author and…

What does Emerge have to offer you?

With just over a week until the event, the Emerge 2018 team is very excited to bring you a conference that will not only inspire you to take a deeper look at the media industry, but also give you an opportunity to connect with professionals…