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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
24 May 2013
Its been a week since the Toronto Star and Gawker went public with allegations concerning Mayor Rob Ford mixing with self identified criminals and possibly smoking crack cocaine. The mayor has denied
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,
19 April 2013
By Melanie Coulson Melanie Coulson is the first Michener-Deacon Fellow for journalism education and Senior Editor at the Ottawa Citizen. This Storify was reprinted here with Coulson's permission. [
19 April 2013
Join a panel of leading Vancouver news media journalists, featuring Vancouver Sun deputy managing editor Adrienne Tanner, CBC's Theresa Lalonde, Vancouver Observer's editor-in-chief Linda Solomon and
17 April 2013
When Boston.com buckled under the pressure of the traffic that news of the explosions sent its way, the site redirected its homepage to ScribbleLive, allowing Boston.com to still update their readers
15 April 2013
Nelson became the acting director after Rachel Nixon departed from the position in August 2012 to become Principal News Director, Bing Application Experiences at Microsoft.
08 April 2013
Newsana has drawn many comparisons to the social media site Reddit, but its co-founder Ben Peterson argued Newsana will be maintain a higher standard than Reddit and will focus on quality journalism

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