Brian Burke says anonymous bloggers have deliberately set out to ruin his good name. As his defamation suit against those bloggers goes forward, perhaps it is time to begin a discussion about whether internet anonymity should be restricted, writes J-Source law editor Thomas Rose.
What I don't like about corporate bullies like Fisher is they're blaming the problems of the newspaper industry on reporters and editors, and not management's own failure to find a more sustainable business model, writes John Gordon Miller, on the recent buyout notices at The Vancouver Sun and The Province.
With competitive pressure, tight deadlines and zero tolerance of inaccuracy, news reporting was never a low-stress occupation. The proliferation of digital platforms, tools and techniques aren’t making it easier. Nor are the famously uncertain business prospects of traditional news. But last out of 200? Does anyone really believe that, asks Paul Knox.
Watch Sun News Network host Ezra Levant as he gives his analysis of media coverage of the Trudeau ad campaign and the Conservative's attack ads.
After the two high-profile incidents, reporters may be more likely to see sexual assaults at York as news and perpetuate a "confirmation bias," writes Maclean's On Campus Editor Josh Dehaas.
Join a panel of leading Vancouver news media journalists, featuring Vancouver Sun deputy managing editor Adrienne Tanner, CBC's Theresa Lalonde, Vancouver Observer's editor-in-chief Linda Solomon and managing editor Jenny Uechi, public relations specialist Katharine Sawchuk and moderator Sacha DeVoretz.
April 18 marks Sun News Network's second birthday, but its days might be numbered. Media blogger Steve Faguy looks at why Sun News Network is unlikely to get its wish for mandatory carriage from the CRTC.
The much-maligned Twitter didn’t do much better than conventional sources of hard news, but it wasn’t doing much worse, either, writes National Post columnist Matt Gurney.
Journalists tell stories every day, but what happens when a journalist becomes the story? Here in J-source, Global Toronto's Mark McAllister describes the events leading up to his much publicized on-air seizure; how he dealt with the media scrutiny that followed; and why a medical condition doesn't stop a reporter from being a reporter.
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