Websites like Twitter, Facebook, influences what gets reported and what audiences read.
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Recent ruling ending ad substitution and policy change decreasing Canadian content have an effect.
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The new 24/7 channel will premiere in winter 2016 and feature mix of international and Canadian content.
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Subscriptions jumped after Globe published 10,000 word story on Justin Trudeau after the election.
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Tools like Kickstarter have made it possible for Aboriginal journalists to fill a reporting gap.
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Finding sources to comment on stories about specific topics is more time-consuming than most journalists initially realize, says co-founder.
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After purchasing 11 titles from Glacier Media, B.C. publisher closes two titles and lays off staff at a third.
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Gerster is the latest journalist to turn to readers to support her work directly.
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Circulation revenue was also down as digital revenue inched up.
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