This article is part of the Bridging the Mainstream-Ethnic Digital Divide in COVID-19 Literacy project. We have analyzed ethnic media coverage of COVID-19 between May 1 and November 30, using web, print and broadcast news summaries provided by MIREMS media monitoring. Here are our findings on the representation of minorities in COVID-19 coverage.View More Unsung Heroes or Super Spreaders: Racial and Ethnic Minorities in COVID-19 Coverage
This article is part of the Bridging the Mainstream-Ethnic Digital Divide in Covid-19 Literacy project. We have analyzed ethnic media coverage of COVID-19 between May 1 and October 31, using a sample of close to 300 web, print and broadcast news summaries provided by MIREMS media monitoring. Here are our findings on the COVID-19 vaccine.View More COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy Amplified by Small Section of Ethnic Media
Dear Journalism: Audiences of national media have too long been presumed to be white. A New York Times editor argues it’s time to change that.View More What Colour is Your Reader?
News outlets in Canadian communities are falling like bowling pins. At least 171 media organizations in 138 communities closed between 2008 and this January, according to the Local News Research Project, a project led by Ryerson…View More Non-Profit Media may be the Way Forward
Ethnic media may have lessons to offer on connecting to audiences and providing diverse services as traditional news organizations seek new business models in order to make journalism profitable again. The growing challenges of sustaining…View More Making News Pay: Ethnic Media Offers Lessons
At a time when national and local mainstream media seem to be downsizing and shutting down daily, where does Canada’s ethnic media fit in? And how will these outlets survive? The 2015 Canadian edition of…View More Research Watch #9: Canada’s Vital Ethnic Media