With a significant portion of the audience arriving at news sites via social media and search, the imminent death of the homepage is a common refrain. One senior digital manager… Continue Reading The death of the homepage is much exaggerated
A foundation for resiliency needs to be built up before journalists are in the field.
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As 2018 dawns, it’s clear that Canada’s news media are in danger of lurching into the abyss unless Ottawa takes action soon.
Enforcing our country’s anti-trust laws to stop the… Continue Reading Year of reckoning looms for Canada’s newspapers
It turns out that newspapers in the 1830s had extensive government support.
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Canadians often mourn the loss of their local newspaper. But there’s a disconnect, because few Canadians actually pay for a local news subscription.
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Every time a small newspaper closes, young reporters lose an opportunity for work and experience.
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Gord Downie told stories about Canadian lives in a near-journalistic way.
Read More Continue Reading What Canadian journalists can learn from the life and career of Gord Downie
If people are concerned about the state of free speech on Canadian campuses, then they should be concerned about this.
Read More Continue Reading Dear McGill student union: Campus free speech includes campus press