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About John Delva

John Delva is a freelance reporter who has received his master's thesis in journalism studies at Concordia University in summer 2017. As part of his thesis, he has spent more than one month at Radio-Canada's Montreal newsroom to study its news-gathering and hiring processes. He is a longtime follower of behind-the-scenes media in Canada and the U.S. and has written on various topics such as comments sections and newspaper political endorsements.
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Un recours collectif pour soutenir la programmation communautaire à Montréal
1 month ago

Un recours collectif pour soutenir la programmation communautaire à Montréal

Le groupe Télévision communautaire et indépendante de Montréal intente un recours collectif contre Vidéotron, qui selon lui a manqué à ses obligations en matière de radiodiffusion communautaire.
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Community group launches class action to bring back community programming
1 month ago

Community group launches class action to bring back community programming

Independent Community TV Montreal has filed a class action suit against Videotron for failing to respect its community broadcasting requirements.
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Voici pourquoi La Presse a organisé un stage destiné aux journalistes de minorités culturelles
9 months ago

Voici pourquoi La Presse a organisé un stage destiné aux journalistes de minorités culturelles

La Presse s’est tourné vers des programmes universitaires francophones hors de journalisme pour s’attaquer au problème de la diversité au sein du journal.
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Why Quebec—and Canada—needs more black voices in media
2 years ago

Why Quebec—and Canada—needs more black voices in media

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By John Delva

Blacks make up Montreal’s largest visible minority. According to the 2011 census, 147,100 live in the city. Why, then, are there so few in our media?

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