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18 December 2014
“No longer will there be a singular front page — instead, each person will see a news mix refined ever so slightly to reflect their region, interests, and habits.”
18 December 2014
“The notifications from news apps that make it onto that lock screen are in prime position to capture attention. The lock screen is the new bundle.”
02 December 2014
A study of reddit users’ posts about the Toronto mayoral election shows a preference for old, mainstream news outlets over online and alternative media.
02 December 2014
Nine jobs will be cut as a result of closures in Victoria, Saskatoon, Regina, London, Windsor, Kitchener and Hamilton.
02 December 2014
O’Beirne is a magazine editor who interned at The Globe and Mail and The Canadian Press.Read more
25 November 2014
The Herald is the third Postmedia newspaper to be redesigned as part of the company’s four-platform strategy.Read more
10 November 2014
Jim Roberts, the executive editor and chief content officer of Mashable, discusses digital transformation with James Bradshaw, media reporter with The Globe and Mail, in this Canadian Journalism
16 November 2014
On Friday morning, people noticed National Post columnist Andrew Coyne was not on Twitter. There were some questions, jokes and, a few hours later, an e-mail answer.
11 November 2014
In the world of social media, reporters are covering fewer stories, not more.Read more

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