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13 December 2013
Local news media can and should be seen as playing a critical role if rural communities hope to be resilient in the face of economic upheaval, writes J-Source innovation editor Rob Washburn in the
06 December 2013
Where once a local business owner might support a community newspaper, those crucial advertising decisions are now being made in corporate offices located in larger urban centres, not locally.
29 November 2013
Many scholars argue the importance of community journalism to democracy and citizenship, often separately from the business decisions. The historic tension between public service and economics is
23 September 2013
It is too easy to dismiss AR as just another fad that newspapers are experimenting with to attract new, younger audiences. What is more significant is the leap of faith these newspapers are taking.
09 September 2013
The Canadian Press recently released a new social media policy, which was in the works for months. Here, the newswire's director of digital Andrew Lundy explains the thinking that went into creating
05 September 2013
Trent University and Loyalist College officially launched a news bureau Wednesday as part of a joint journalism program run by the two schools. Jane Harrison, director of special projects and former
27 August 2013
The Canadian Journalism Forum on Violence and Trauma, in partnership with CBC News and the Mental Health Commission of Canada, has begun work on a comprehensive, Canadian guide to mental health
31 July 2013
Newsana bills itself as a way of elevating the public's conversation around news, whether it is politics, sports, entertainment, technology or whatever interests people. Ben Peterson, CEO of Newsana
30 July 2013
With new and emerging technology being updated constantly, it is hard to remember what it was like when the internet invaded Canadian newsrooms around 20 years ago. David Cadogan remembers. His

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