More than 300 senior high school students from across the Lower Mainland gathered at CBC Vancouver's Junior J-School to learn about the industry from experienced journalists.
Presenters include The National's reporter Adrienne Arsenault, Power and Politics host Rosemary Barton, CBC Vancouver host Andrew Chang and many more. Topics range from covering Parliament Hill and major international events as well as interview techniques.
The veteran journalists say they welcome events like Junior J-School which provide a window into fresh perspectives from a younger audience.
"It's for the next generation to show us how they approach news and what concerns they have about how journalism is changing," said Chang, the host of CBC Vancouver News.
"We bring the experience. They bring the perspective."
Political reporting with Rosemary Barton
CBC Junior J School - Political Reporting – Learn how to tell stories about scandals, intrigue and elections from Rosemary Barton39:07
How to keep your cool when news breaks, with Andrew Chang
CBC Junior J school - How to Keep Your Cool when News Breaks, with Andrew Chang33:32
How to write the next award-winning story, with Shiral Tobin
CBC Junior J School - How to write the next award-winning story, with Shiral Tobin30:19
All about investigative journalism, with Natalie Clancy and Erica Johnson
CBC Junior J School - How to uncover the secrets behind the story, with Natalie Clancy and Erica Johnson.45:24
Breaking news online, with Lisa Johnson, Tamara Baluja and Mike Laanela
CBC Junior J School - Breaking news online with Lisa Johnson, Tamara Baluja and Mike Laanela35:00
Ethics and controversies, with Karen Burgess
CBC Junior J School - A close look at ethics and controversy in news, with Karen Burgess26:25
The art of the interview, with Rick Cluff and Gloria Macarenko
CBC Junior J School - The art of the interview, with Rick Cluff and Gloria Macarenko37:03
Recap the live blog.