News avoidance is at an all-time high, and there has been no shortage of negative content. Here’s how journalists and content creators are trying to help audiences fight media burnout Continue Reading Rethinking journalism in the age of news fatigue
A report from the trenches on the Online News Act and what a backlash ban on news in Canada could mean
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Editorial decisions have cascading impacts in politically charged discussions about anti-racism in education and at work, raising questions about how to find the line between newsworthiness and best practices Continue Reading Why did newsrooms contravene guidelines about suicide coverage in reporting on the death of a former principal?
The digital era made it easy for IndigiNews to connect with Indigenous communities. The Online News Act threatens that Continue Reading Will Indigenous voices be lost in battle with Big Tech over online news?
With heightened awareness of the realities of difficult storytelling and the demands of work, journalistic practice has been pushed to evolve. Journalist Tamara Cherry and author and advocate Mark Henick discuss newsrooms’ responsibility to workers and sources. Continue Reading Staying Alive: Trauma-Informed Broadcasting and Mental Well-being with Tamara Cherry and Mark Henick
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How revisiting old stories can teach us about our responsibility to sources and the lasting cost of losing trust Continue Reading Class podcast We Met U When reveals important lessons about power, informed consent and the right to be forgotten
Considerations of place and respecting Indigenous intellectual property in podcasts Continue Reading Land acknowledgements and knowledge rematriation
At stake is the nature of the country’s communications ecosystem, affecting how audiences in Canada get news and information that matters to them Continue Reading Bill C-18: Google and Meta spark crucial test for journalism in Canada
Progress on contextualizing climate-related events in the city where federal climate policy is made law hasn’t been linear. Experts weigh in on how to more consistently improve daily coverage Continue Reading How to address ebbs and flows in climate coverage from Canada’s capital
The Online Streaming Act will hurt content creators and incentives to produce content relevant to audiences in Canada, but the CRTC can reduce the damage Continue Reading Taming the tech giants will cause collateral damage
With major legislative changes surrounding news delivery in Canada, tech and news organizations are mapping their next moves. Parliamentary reporter Anja Karadeglija discusses the function of the broadcast regulator in the digital age. Continue Reading Staying Alive: Breaking Down Public Policy’s Role in Local Broadcasting with Anja Karadeglija
A new report suggests more people in Canada are avoiding the news and less willing to pay subscription fees Continue Reading Media consumers in Canada are losing their appetite for news — and trusting it less