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On Brand

It has become more urgent than ever for news providers to differentiate themselves in a crowded media market. A Q&A with Rick Lewchuk.

Headlines Roll

This year, Postmedia announced a series of cost-cutting measures that would result in widespread layoffs. Among the hardest hit was the Montreal Gazette, the country’s oldest newspaper.
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Local Journalism Needs A Boost

The COVID-19 pandemic revealed the deficit of local journalism in GTA communities. This is why it matters.
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Op-ed: The Case Against Unpaid Internships

Unpaid internships are commonly accepted practice in journalism, but these opportunities are only available to students with the privilege to work without pay.
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The Many Lives of The Canadian Jewish News

The CJN is in the midst of its second resurrection of the decade. With a shift in organizational structure style & focus it hopes for a stable and enduring future.
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TikTok Breaks the News

TikTok is used by many journalists, but the app has posed a challenge: how to balance online trends with news-related content that appeals to younger users.
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Instagram Versus Reality

Influencers share beautiful images, and users turn to their accounts for travel inspiration. But as audiences grow, these social media personalities are becoming more than just something on the explore page as they begin to encroach into the travel journalism industry.
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“Playing Catch Up”: How many daily podcasts is too many?

The Globe & Mail is launching a daily news podcast. To stand out from their competitors, they’ll have to do it the right way.