It turns out that newspapers in the 1830s had extensive government support.
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The complainant, Lara Dutton, objected to a CBC online writer expressing opinion while using the @CBCToronto twitter account. She wanted to know what the consequences were for the… Continue Reading CBC Ombudsman: Keeping Cool in the Twittersphere
The Washington Post provided journalists and readers with a textbook example of journalistic due diligence, writes the Star’s public editor
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Last week, TV columnist John Doyle wrote a column criticizing the CBC’s new show Great Canadian Baking Show.
As a TV critic, he was not overly impressed by this re-make… Continue Reading Globe and Mail Public Editor: The need to understand the context of words and how they evolve
Studies continue to show news stories still quote more male voices than female — by a wide margin. Women’s realities need, and should, be reflected and it can be done
Read More Continue Reading Toronto Star Public Editor: We need more women’s voices in the news
Canadians often mourn the loss of their local newspaper. But there’s a disconnect, because few Canadians actually pay for a local news subscription.
Read More Continue Reading Instead of mourning local news, try paying for it
Every time a small newspaper closes, young reporters lose an opportunity for work and experience.
Read More Continue Reading What the closure of the Moose Jaw Times-Herald means for young journalists