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16 March 2012
Since Jan. 30, the Journal de Montréal and its capital city counterpart, the Journal de Québec , have had a new online presence. The president and publisher of JdeM , Lyne Robitaille, plans to market
07 March 2012
Rob Washburn and Wayne MacPhail give two takes on The Guardian’s open journalism approach in comparison to Canadian newspapers. Washburn says that Canadian publications have failed to capitalize on
04 March 2012
After years of trying to convince Canadian newspapers to embrace the future, Wayne MacPhail says he has had enough. With the launch of Open Journalism at the Guardian and other innovations,
02 March 2012
The Guardian’s launch of its Open Journalism approach this week with the innovative, witty Three Pigs advertisement also ushers in a powerful endorsement of the collaborative approach to producing
18 February 2012
The new iBook authoring software is being used by two alternative media outlets for telling important stories and archiving stories. Wayne McPhail continues his exploration of this new technology and
12 February 2012
Will television be the next news medium to undergo a dramatic transformation? Robert Washburn explains how social TV products such as Apple iTV and Google TV will add a social layer to television
23 January 2012
The launch of the new Apple iBooks Author tool is aimed at challenging the textbook publishing market. Wayne MacPhail argues the new platform also gives journalists a new opportunity to create
03 January 2012
Journalist Wayne MacPhail looks into his crystal ball at dramatic changes to our phones, computers and the Internet. The ensuing innovations will be the next wave of communications devices
16 November 2011
The impending death of traditional media invokes plenty of questions – and angst. Alexis Beckett tells us why four online gurus in Vancouver say it’s time to instead shift the focus to social media’s


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