The Journal is a newsmagazine show produced by students in the Broadcasting – Radio, Television, Film & Digital Media Program at Centennial College’s Story Arts Centre in Toronto. [ See more » ]
The Journal is a half-hour newsmagazine TV show produced at the Story Arts Centre and webcast up to eight times each semester.
Produced by fourth semester students, The Journal is a thought-provoking mix of entertainment and news programming.
Students rotate through various roles including show producer, field production, writing, producing, directing, shooting and editing.
With unique Points of View, the City Beat, Special Investigations, Days in the Life, Guerilla Consumer, Healthy Living, Special Documentaries and in-studio interviews and performances, The Journal has something for everyone.
On this episode, we’ll be taking a look at four docs that bring a personal eye to painting, acting, playing music and protesting gender equality. Plus, a live performance by folk singer Tom Rooney. [ See more » ]
Have you ever wondered how Toronto’s 311 city service line works? We’ve got that plus a biography of up and coming artist – painter Hanna Wami and a behind the scenes look at our rapper friend Don Nova. We’re also featuring a story about a brand-new tattoo studio called Black Cloud, a fascinating look into the world of invisible disability, as well as a special live performance by Nick Doucette. This is The Journal. [ See more » ]
What do photography, singing, dancing and train modelling have in common? They’re all artistic outlets! On this episode of The Journal, we’ll check out four documentaries about artists and their passions, as well as a special performance by Brampton singer Don Nova. [ See more » ]