TORONTO, Nov. 18, 2016 /CNW/ -
Democracy and the decline of newspapers
Should there be a policy response to the decline of newspapers in Canada? Dale Eisler, senior policy fellow at the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, explains why new policy solutions are needed.
How Vice is going to get young people to watch a half hour newscast
Vice News' Michael Gruzuk explains to H.G. Watson why they decided to launch a new half hour news show, and how they are going to get people to watch it.
Memo: Toronto Star announces newsroom reorganization
According to the memo sent to Toronto Star staff, changes reflect reshaping of newsroom "aimed at breaking down internal barriers."
Suburban and rural communities underserved by local media
New research by April Lindgren found that the amount of news available about local Member of Parliament contests during the 2015 federal election depended on where in Canada voters resided. Jasmine Bala reports.
Live Blog: From the margins to the mainstream
Now with a strong foothold in the Canadian media industry, what are the challenges and obstacles that these digital disruptors face? Kat Eschner live blogs this CJF J-Talk.
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