The stories we’re told are shaped by those with clout. What about the voices we’re not hearing from?
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J-Source publisher and co-author of upcoming book ‘The End of the CBC’ breaks down the regulatory recommendations that have industry watchdogs in a tailspin
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CABJ and CJOC on how to improve media representation and inclusion, now
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The appetite for smart local news is there. The challenge is figuring out how to make it profitable
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It won’t be a surprise to many that the gender pay gap still exists in Canadian journalism.
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Many style guides recommend person-first language, but disabled communities are split
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Recent years have not been kind to journalism. In Canada, there are numerous examples of reduced work schedules and publication closures, along with other signs of decline.