Canadian Association of Electronic JournalistsRTDNA@50 – The Future of Electronic Journalism – Electronic journalism has come a long way since the 1900s. We have supplanted print as the way most people get their news, added pictures (and impact), and have transitioned into web-based media as well, extending our reach. We’ve brought war, peace and everything in between into people’s homes in an effort to make them better informed. We have a lot on which to pride ourselves! Check out the RTDNA’s National Conference, June 21-23, 2012 in Toronto, Ontario while they celebrate over 100 years of experimental and commercial electronic journalism. Find out where they’ve come from and their accomplishments as a medium along the way – those things are truly shaping our future!

This year’s National Conference in Toronto highlights include:

The official Journalism 2011 Conference App acts as your personal passport to the event. Browse sessions, plan your schedule and connect with others.

Wi-Fi Zone
Conference-goers can check in using one of our walk-up computers. We’ll also provide comfortable seating for you to work on your laptop or tablet. The free Wi-Fi zone is available to anyone registered for the conference. You can use the free Wi-Fi in the lobby area of the conference.

Product Demo Area
The Journalism Expo is designed to provide you with information for your newsroom. You will find exhibitors that represent a wide variety of products, services and subjects. We encourage you to take some time to check out the companies and organizations during the conference.

Newsroom Tours
You have an opportunity to tour some of our major television stations, Pre-registration required, limited spots. Transportation is not provided.

5 Minutes with a News Director
Back for a second year our popular “5 Minutes with a News Director” session features radio and television News Directors who meet with different young job seekers. Conceptually similar to how “speed dating” works, session attendees would move to a new news director every five minutes. The session is a perfect opportunity for job hopefuls to get advice, ask questions, and network.

The evening also includes an Awards Gala that will likely include winners from radio stations in Alberta. See more at