TORONTO, Oct. 9, 2014 /CNW/ -
Postmedia's plan to buy all of Sun Media's 175 English-language newspapers and websites has many people concerned about the concentration of media ownership. Associate Editor Tamara Baluja mapped current daily newspaper ownership in Canada and how that would change if this deal goes through. Plus: read our coverage of the deal and the internal memos sent by the two companies.
Brown runs Canadaland, a weekly media criticism podcast that has become a must-listen for any Canadian media watcher. Aeman Ansari reports.
There are two common misconceptions about how journalists cover suicide, writes Gemma Richardson: that they only talk about suicide in an over-the-top, sensational manner, and the spotlight on high-profile celebrity suicides is in contrast to a long-standing taboo of reporting on a forbidden topic.
The MacDonald Report is the first expansion for allNovaScotia since the iconoclastic news site launched more than 12 years ago. Business of Journalism Editor Kelly Toughill reports.
The Online News Association conference offers an important look at what's new and what's next in digital journalism. Susan Newhook shares her takeaways from the conference.
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For further information: Tamara Baluja, Associate Editor, J-Source, [email protected], 416.979.5000 ext 7433