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CBC And APTN enter into new partnership
3 months ago

CBC And APTN enter into new partnership

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The two networks will work together in the creation and promotion of Indigenous content
‘Can you check your activism at the door?’: Under white supremacy, Black Canadian journalists see their very existence as a radical act
3 months ago

‘Can you check your activism at the door?’: Under white supremacy, Black Canadian journalists see their very existence as a radical act

As newsrooms globally respond to accusations of racial bias by focusing on diversity, journalist datejie cheko green looks to her experience in Canada to argue that a fuller reckoning of journalism practices, from recruitment to the daily meeting, is needed to make real change
Postmedia strikes deal to buy Irving’s newspaper chain in New Brunswick
3 months ago

Postmedia strikes deal to buy Irving’s newspaper chain in New Brunswick

Toronto-based Postmedia has announced it will purchase all of the daily and weekly newspapers owned by New Brunswick's Irving family
‘Strong and Free’: podcast illuminates Black Canadian history
3 months ago

‘Strong and Free’: podcast illuminates Black Canadian history

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Produced by Media Girlfriends, an all-women-of-colour team, the podcast is an example of the importance of diversity in history education and media production
Pushing past the empty rhetoric: The Canadian Mountain Podcast and its approach to land acknowledgments
3 months ago

Pushing past the empty rhetoric: The Canadian Mountain Podcast and its approach to land acknowledgments

What bridging knowledge systems and open collaboration taught us about bringing place-based meaning to digital and broadcast media production
On John Honderich
4 months ago

On John Honderich

The storied newspaper giant and J-Source supporter died Saturday at 75
Saving journalism: views on how to pay for reliable information
4 months ago

Saving journalism: views on how to pay for reliable information

Many countries are experimenting with different forms of government support and policies but the question is what works best and is sustainable in each context
Spinning access to information in an age of misinformation
4 months ago

Spinning access to information in an age of misinformation

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Public interest researcher Ken Rubin on what returned access requests show about the state of government duplicity and transparency in Canada
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