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Rewriting colonial narratives
1 month ago

Rewriting colonial narratives

The Eastern Door and Iorì:wase on the Mohawk-led media scene of Kahnawake, Que.

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The long decline of journalism in the Cape Breton Regional Municipality
2 months ago

The long decline of journalism in the Cape Breton Regional Municipality

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The population is older and dwindling, local coverage is being cut back and there are fewer working journalists. One entrepreneur thinks solid reporting can turn the tide — but is that enough to revitalize journalism in Cape Breton?

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Media on the move: August 7
2 months ago

Media on the move: August 7

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Here’s our regular update on the moves, hires and promotions in Canadian journalism. Want your job move featured? Tweet it to us or use the hashtag #cdnmediamoves
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Torstar reports Q2 loss as revenue drops and restructuring costs rise
3 months ago

Torstar reports Q2 loss as revenue drops and restructuring costs rise

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Torstar Corp. says it had a $17.4 million loss attributable to equity shareholders in the second quarter, as revenue dropped 11 per cent compared with the same time last… Continue Reading Torstar reports Q2 loss as revenue drops and restructuring costs rise

How The Canadian Press is using bots to build the future of election coverage
3 months ago

How The Canadian Press is using bots to build the future of election coverage

Digital journalist Lucas Timmons on the automation tool that’s here to help reporters in Canada cover #elxn43 with easy access to data and computer-generated summaries
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Writing decent work into the future of news
3 months ago

Writing decent work into the future of news

Journalists are among the many workers whose employment has become precarious in the transition to a digital economy. Their core values and the quality of the news are threatened as a result. The threat to our democracy is even greater. Decent work must be written into plans for Canada’s news media industry to create a responsible future
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