Ebooks have proven too expensive and too narrowly focused for most Canadian dailies.
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Senior political writer says she’ll still write about politics but in the long form she prefers.
Jim Roberts, the executive editor and chief content officer of Mashable, discusses digital transformation with James Bradshaw, media reporter with The Globe and Mail, in this Canadian Journalism Foundation J-Talk.
The $55.5-million sale will consolidate Quebecor’s position in magazines, putting it on par with Rogers.
Western leaders used the world stage of the G20 summit to verbally condemn the advancement of Russian forces into eastern Ukraine, slighting President Vladimir Putin in the process.
This week, Canadian world headlines were taken over by the commemoration of the fall of the Berlin Wall and the continuation of Russia’s military advance into Ukraine.
On Friday morning, people noticed National Post columnist Andrew Coyne was not on Twitter. There were some questions, jokes and, a few hours later, an e-mail answer.
Canada’s feminist magazine for teen girls and trans youth marks a milestone.
Do you have a passion for Canadian journalism? This is the job for you.
The program, started in 2007 and based in Cornwall, Ont., faced low enrolment and a lack of student interest.