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14 June 2013
In accepting his lifetime achievement award at the National Magazine Awards, long-time Toronto Life editor Stephen Trumper encouraged all Canadian publications to make their content available through
30 May 2013
If Darwin was around, he would read free online news instead of a print newspaper. That's according to a commercial on a Saskatchewan radio station promoting its free website. But rather than taking
27 May 2013
The Winnipeg Free Pre ss is restricting its online comments to print and online subscribers only in an effort to keep “the e-party going without the party-crashers.” The newspaper’s editor Paul Samyn
17 May 2013
Far too often, news organizations focus on the horse race between the parties or the leaders. The endless barrage of who is ahead or behind drowns out a lot of other coverage. Innovation editor Rob
16 May 2013
The Windsor Star has moved into swanky new digs, made its first foray into outdoor advertising, and opened a news café that executives hope will spark more reader interaction with the newsroom. These
16 May 2013
For the large, silent majority of readers turned off by comments sections, the solution is simple: stop reading them. But for journalists, who are frequently themselves the subjects of discussion,
10 May 2013
While many newspapers face a fiscal crisis, Mediapart is making money as a hardhitting, investigative publication online. It is earning a reputation for holding French politicians and government
08 May 2013
Newspapers Canada is considering a plan put forth by the Ontario Press Council to establish a national press council. The decision comes after a Ryerson University study on the state of press
07 May 2013
With freelance budgets shrinking, some journalists have decided to take financing into their own hands and launched crowd-funding campaigns. J-Source interviews two freelance journalists who have

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