Public Policy Forum President & CEO?Edward Greenspon?and recently appointed Max Bell School of Public Policy professor?Taylor Owen?announced the launch of a multi-year project to analyze and respond to the increasing… Continue Reading Digital Democracy Project to examine online disinformation
More questions than answers as finance minister unveils supports to Canadian news.
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Yellowknife elected a new mayor on Oct. 15. When candidate Adrian Bell announced he was conceding, he didn’t tell CBC, or the local newspaper, or mainstream FM station. He told… Continue Reading Cabin Radio is building an army of northern broadcasters
“In a city with 700,000 people, roughly, (and) only one (English-language print) media outlet, it leaves a big space for others to come in:” Joel Wittenbel.
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Among the winners is an app that lets people make micro-podcasts and a sports newsletter aimed at women.
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Public Policy Forum research could indicate that local newspapers are being saturated by wire service stories, rather than featuring local political coverage.
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The “Food for Thought” project, which covered 24 stories from across Winnipeg, has an average read time of 19 minutes.
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