Founder and editor-in-chief Linda Solomon Wood wants to reach Canadians who haven’t heard of the National Observer.
Read More Continue Reading National Observer aiming to raise $1 million to build audience
There’s a lot of interest in non-profit news models — but no silver bullets for success.
Read More Continue Reading La Presse’s new not-for-profit structure “a leap of faith”
Torstar Corp. will lay off 21 staff at its StarMetro office in Toronto as part of a shift of production operations to nearby Hamilton.
The cuts include nine… Continue Reading Torstar cutting 11 full-time, 10 part-time staff at StarMetro in Toronto
Postmedia Network Inc. will close six small town newspapers and cease print publication of four more, as well cut about 10 per cent of its workforce across the newspaper chain.
Read More Continue Reading Postmedia to close more local newspapers, cut staff cost by 10 per cent
Six community newspapers will be shuttered as a result of today’s announcement.
Read More Continue Reading Memo: Postmedia announces restructuring and buyouts
Gentle takes the helm from Michael Cooke, who announced he was leaving the Star in March.
Read More Continue Reading Memo: Irene Gentle appointed Editor of the Toronto Star
Le groupe Télévision communautaire et indépendante de Montréal intente un recours collectif contre Vidéotron, qui selon lui a manqué à ses obligations en matière de radiodiffusion communautaire.
Read More Continue Reading Un recours collectif pour soutenir la programmation communautaire à Montréal
Independent Community TV Montreal has filed a class action suit against Videotron for failing to respect its community broadcasting requirements.
Read More Continue Reading Community group launches class action to bring back community programming