Assistant Professor, Concordia University Department of Journalism
Aphrodite Salas is Assistant Professor at the Department of Journalism at Concordia University. Her research interests focus on visual journalism, mobile journalism and experiential teaching and learning. She is a regular member of the Concordia Centre for Broadcasting and Journalism Studies and a research associate at the Concordia University Acts of Listening Lab (ALLab).
Her experience as a journalist is extensive. For the last decade at CTV Montreal, Aphrodite worked as a video journalist, assignment editor and line-up editor. Prior to that, she was senior anchor at Global Quebec, hosted her own current affairs radio show on 940 Montreal and covered Parliament Hill for CityTV’s Toronto and Vancouver stations. Before her time in Ottawa, Aphrodite was a national correspondent for CTV News in Montreal and Toronto. As an anchor, Aphrodite has worked at CTV Newschannel, CityTV’s CP24, CTV Kitchener and CTV Saskatoon. She holds an Honours BA from the University of Toronto and an MA from Concordia University.