Saleem Khan is a digital news pioneer with a passion for the public interest. He leads investigative journalism project INVSTG8.NET, directs Innovate News and virtual-reality journalism resource JOVRNALISM, and manages media services practice Technovica. He is a Kiplinger Fellow for emergent media at Ohio State University.
Saleem launched, managed and reported for CBC's (Canadian Broadcasting Corp.) technology news service; was news and global technology editor at the world’s largest international newspaper Metro; and edited Toronto Star newspapers. His reporting includes the New York Times, Globe and Mail, National Post, and Fast Company.
Saleem led the Canadian Association of Journalists from its worst to best times as chairman and director for a decade through 2010.
He is an IRE (Investigative Reporters and Editors) and ONA (Online News Association) member.
Industry Expertise (3)
Media - Online
Writing and Editing
Areas of Expertise (7)
Mobile and pervasive devices
Social & Digital Media
Ryerson University School of Journalism: Bachelor of Applied Arts in Journalism program, Journalism
News editor - The Eyeopener [Independent student newspaper], Founding vice-president - Journalism Course Union [Student group], Councillor - School of Journalism Departmental Council [Administration]
Aspen Institute: Executive leadership, organizational management 2009
Knight Mozilla News Lab: News technology design, prototyping and development 2011
African Media Institute: Disruptive news technology product design and management for emergent markets and developing countries 2012
Ohio State University: Kiplinger Fellow, Emergent and disruptive media 2015
Emergent platform journalism fellowship to explore and apply new digital technologies and tools to production, dissemination, and public engagement in journalism.
- IRE | Investigative Reporters and Editors
- Knight Mozilla News Lab
- Workshop Leader
- Corporate Training