Training articles by Gregg McLachlan on writing and interviewing are featured in a new 576-page text, Reporting for the Media (Canadian Edition, Oxford University Press). The text is used by schools of journalism in colleges and universities in Canada.

“This new Canadian edition is a comprehensive and confidence-boosting introduction to journalism,” Reporting for Media Canadian Editionreads the Oxford University Press text description. “Helping students develop a solid journalistic skill set, it offers straightforward instruction on the basics – newswriting style, story structure, interviewing techniques, reporting on speeches and meetings, common ethical dilemmas, grammar – and practical guidance on more advanced topics such as broadcast writing, Canadian law, and public relations.”

McLachlan is also the author of Big Stories, Small Towns: The Essential Journalism Guide for Working and Thriving in Smaller Markets.