Here’s how journalists can band together to start worker owned media outlets.
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While big-city newsrooms discuss the future of local news, the voice of rural Canada wanes.
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John Ferri, VP of Current Affairs and Documentaries at TVO, explains how the Ontario Hub model will work.
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By Gregory Furgala for the Local News Conference
Across the United States, reporters and editors at local newspapers are working longer hours, in smaller newsrooms and with fewer opportunities for… Continue Reading Research shows that local news reporters are working harder than ever – and they’re loving it
By Angela Long for the Local News Conference
If you want to learn about the Muslim community, don’t read the news, says the associate editor of The Islamic Monthly.
By Abby Plener for the Local News Conference
While working in community news, Wawmeesh Hamilton heard a story from a reporter at a rival paper that he found concerning.
By Steph Wechsler for the Ryerson Journalism Research Centre
The ongoing discussion about the state of Canadian news media tends to overlook what’s happening in smaller communities, local news advocate… Continue Reading News needs of smaller communities require special attention, researcher says