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Paula Todd

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Toronto and New York
Freelance Journalist — Freelance
Covers:  crime, education, equality, internet freedom, broadcasting, lgbt, mental illness, human behavior, misogyny, internet culture, free speech, cyberbullying, cyberabuse, utopia, aggression, investigative journalism, depression, teaching journalism, rape and death threats, freedom of expression, cyberstalking, sexual extortion, fairness, internet law, serial killing, access to information, rip trolls, violence, psychology, social media
Doesn't Cover: mushroom growing, drag racing, celebrity/fashion fusion features

Seneca@York multimedia journalism prof, Author, Broadcaster, Ph.D. Candidate muckrack.com/paula-todd Extreme Mean: Ending Cyberabuse at School, Work and Home

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Biography

Paula Todd is an investigative journalist and best-selling non-fiction writer, and a professor of broadcast, print and digital journalism. She is also a lawyer and a frequent speaker on digital behavior and influence, journalism, literacy and freedom of the press.
Todd’s latest book EXTREME MEAN:...

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@paula_todd — 3,126 followers, 764 tweets

Sep 10, 2017

RT @SenecaMedia: How we feel about surviving the first week back at school https://t.co/rSxYVvxTpe

Aug 29, 2017

@mariannemarando @SenecaPresident David Agnew scores a Hat Trick! Congratulations to our President & all the students who benefit! @SenecaMedia @senecacollege

Aug 29, 2017

@Hermida @RJI Reads like our digital journalism course outlines @SenecaMedia! We teach it all! @SenecaCollege @FCAD_Seneca

Aug 29, 2017

RT @Hermida: Pointers for #jschools: Journalists’ most urgent training needs are mobile, data and video via @RJI

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What was your first job as a journalist?

The Toronto Star, Reporter

Have you ever used a typewriter?

Yes! An electronic one and a manual one once at the museum

How is social media changing news?

Challenging timeliness, accuracy, real people interaction, censoring through cyberabuse, exposing us to great artists