By illuminating both the values and challenges besetting local journalism, we can reimagine a new day for local news.
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At the The Chatham Daily News and Chatham-Kent This Week, reporters have had to change with the times.
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Who holds officials accountable when cities like Thunder Bay, Ont., rife with political and racial tensions, have no local reporters?
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The Canadian data will be compared to the results of the U.S. questionnaire, as well as results from Spain and Austria where the survey is also being conducted.
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In some communities, internet access is so limited municipalities can’t rely on social media as a replacement for news.
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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
Canadians often mourn the loss of their local newspaper. But there’s a disconnect, because few Canadians actually pay for a local news subscription.
Read More Continue Reading Instead of mourning local news, try paying for it
Here’s how journalists can band together to start worker owned media outlets.
Read More Continue Reading What if we imagined a future where media workers were owners?