Red Deer, a city of about 100,000, isn’t the only place in the country where the crisis in local journalism is reshaping political coverage in advance of the October 21 federal electionView More What the Death of Local News Means for the Federal Election
Not diverse enough, a snapshot survey shows by Maria Iqbal in Brampton, ON Three quarters of Brampton’s population are ethnic minorities, but local media has…View More How Diverse Are Brampton Newsrooms?
By: John Delva in Montreal, QC To improve newsroom diversity, La Presse recruited outside of francophone journalism schools. An office’s group shot usually exudes pride,…View More Why La Presse Started an Internship Geared Towards Minority Reporters and First Nations Peoples
Commentary by: John Ferri in Toronto The crisis in local journalism is well documented, most extensively in a report last January by the Public Policy Forum, and…View More New TVO Ontario Hubs might be Model for Supporting Local Journalism
by Chantal Braganza, Associate Editor for J-Source In the early ’90s, Ryerson University professor emeritus John Miller conducted a study on the visual representation of…View More How Stats and Hiring Strategies Can Help Address Newsroom Diversity