Attitudes towards news media and consumption behaviour in Canada pose a sort of conundrum. In general, Canadians have a positive view of journalism and relatively high trust in media, but on the other hand, they are little inclined to pay for digital news sources.
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By Kathy Kiely, University of Missouri-Columbia and Laurel Leff, Northeastern University
These days, anybody with an internet connection can be a publisher.
That doesn’t make everybody a journalist.
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By Heather Rollwagen, Ryerson University and Ivor Shapiro, Ryerson University
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Matthew Ricketson, Deakin University and Alexandra Wake, RMIT University
A landmark ruling by an Australian court is expected to have international consequences for newsrooms, with media companies on notice they… Continue Reading Media companies on notice over traumatized journalists after landmark court decision
By Cristina Sanza, Concordia University; Brittney Borowiec, McMaster University; David Secko, Concordia University; Farah Qaiser, University of Toronto; Fernanda de Araujo Ferreira, Harvard University; Heather MacGregor, University of Toronto; Michael Bramadat-Willcock,… Continue Reading Why we see hope for the future of science journalism
Maite Taboada, Simon Fraser University and Fatemeh Torabi Asr, Simon Fraser University
“I believe that all voices are equal and deserving of equal respect.” That’s what Siri responds when asked… Continue Reading Tracking the gender gap in Canadian media