As 2018 dawns, it’s clear that Canada’s news media are in danger of lurching into the abyss unless Ottawa takes action soon.
Enforcing our country’s anti-trust laws to stop the… Continue Reading Year of reckoning looms for Canada’s newspapers
Canadians often mourn the loss of their local newspaper. But there’s a disconnect, because few Canadians actually pay for a local news subscription.
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Here’s how journalists can band together to start worker owned media outlets.
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Experts investigating local news ecosystems research community characteristics that may predict news poverty
Read More Continue Reading Newspaper closures in Guelph, Brampton leaving communities underserved
While big-city newsrooms discuss the future of local news, the voice of rural Canada wanes.
Read More Continue Reading The Power of Place: When ‘Local’ is More than a Catchphrase
John Ferri, VP of Current Affairs and Documentaries at TVO, explains how the Ontario Hub model will work.
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Wawatay Native Communication Society says it was denied the Toronto and Ottawa licenses because of its government funding.
Read More Continue Reading Controversial CRTC decision raises questions about space on airwaves for Indigenous broadcasters
Small market newspapers are being stripped of local content by “predatory” chain ownership groups, a new study suggests.
Read More Continue Reading When rural newspapers fall prey to predatory ownership, local content goes fast