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Why faith groups in Winnipeg are funding religious journalism at the Free Press
1 year ago

Why faith groups in Winnipeg are funding religious journalism at the Free Press

Free Press religion reporter John Longhurst on the paper’s work ramping up the faith beat
How ‘fake news’ came to Winnipeg 100 years ago
2 years ago

How ‘fake news’ came to Winnipeg 100 years ago

This article was originally published by the Winnipeg Free Press and appears here with the editor’s permission. Thursday, Nov. 7, 1918 — 100 years ago today — was a pleasant fall day in Winnipeg, with the temperature hovering around 0…
Winnipeg Free Press’s 24-hour food focus attracts viewers
2 years ago

Winnipeg Free Press’s 24-hour food focus attracts viewers

The “Food for Thought” project, which covered 24 stories from across Winnipeg, has an average read time of 19 minutes.
Winnipeg Free Press uses human touch to get digital subscribers
2 years ago

Winnipeg Free Press uses human touch to get digital subscribers

Micropayment model has become a marketing tool to sell frequent customers on full digital subscriptions.
Court reporters grapple with meeting the plea for trauma informed reporting
2 years ago

Court reporters grapple with meeting the plea for trauma informed reporting

Reporters are trying to balance the cultural shift that challenges traditional justice system narratives against rules of procedure around court cases.
Government should not be picking winners and losers in the media world
3 years ago

Government should not be picking winners and losers in the media world

Winnipeg Free Press publisher Bob Cox says there is no place where a truly competitive media market exists in Canada.
Here’s why the Winnipeg Free Press hired a cannabis reporter
3 years ago

Here’s why the Winnipeg Free Press hired a cannabis reporter

Winnipeg Free Press believed to be the first daily in Canada to hire a reporter to focus on marijuana.
Memo: Winnipeg Free Press considers layoffs
5 years ago

Memo: Winnipeg Free Press considers layoffs

By  •  News, Memos

Citing the economic downturn, the Free Press is considering cutting reporters, copy editors and photographers, among others.
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