Au Québec, les journalistes immigrants naviguent en eaux troubles

Manque de représentativité, précarité, dévalorisation de la profession. L’écosystème médiatique au Québec peut-il dissuader certains journalistes issus de l’immigration de poursuivre dans le métier ou de demeurer dans la province?

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Kept out of the mainstream, Latino journalists with decades of experience have had to resort to creating their own media to survive.

Experienced Latin American journalists kept out of industry

Kept out of the mainstream, Latino journalists with decades of experience have had to resort to creating their own media to survive, limiting themselves to the Spanish-speaking diaspora press. With many ethnic outlets folding during the pandemic, some of the bigger ones have outsourced talent rather than look within.

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Aaron Hemens presents a cautionary tale for newsroom managers about the perils of doing journalism in rural Canada for reporters of colour.

BIPOC reporter narrates perils of working alone in rural Canada

Small cities and towns in Canada are welcoming more immigrants than ever before, but doing journalism in these places can be perilous for reporters of colour. Aaron Hemens’ story presents a cautionary tale for newsroom managers.

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