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28 December 2007
Here is something community newspapers may not consider when dealing with online materials from Online Journalism blog: "A recent discussion on the NUJ New Media mailing list prompted me to jot down
28 December 2007
Amy Gahran is learning about microblogging the Total Community Coverage in Cyberspace (some interesting reflections - well worth reading), which gave me a perfect reminder to finally publish a post I
28 December 2007
The Independent’s 34-year run as a truly independent newspaper ended last Friday with the paper’s acquisition by Metroland Media Group, a division of the Torstar publishing empire that also owns the
28 December 2007
Progressive-minded Canadians have long been concerned that private media concentration threatens democratic values. In June, 2006, even the Standing Senate Committee on Transport and Communications
28 December 2007
CNET had an interesting blurb a couple of days ago about newspaper websites–more people are using them! "The number of people visiting U.S. newspaper Web sites rose 3.7 percent year over year during
28 December 2007
Canwest has linked 13 of its community newspapers in B.C. in to a Van Net website giving access to each of the papers. Each community paper has its own site. Some are using video and they are
28 December 2007
CanWest MediaWorks Publications Inc. is increasing its presence in the southern Ontario market by acquiring three publication groups in Windsor-Essex County for an undisclosed price, the company
28 December 2007
The Knight Digital Media Center is partnering with the Maynard Institute this week on a special workshop focusing on "Total Community Coverage in Cyberspace". It involves blogging and discussions
28 December 2007
The new name was approved by the board of directors of the Canadian Community Newspapers Association in early 2007. The name Canadian Media Circulation Audit is a reflection of the growth and

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