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Spotlight: The movie, the web and the state of journalism

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For anyone who's worked in a newsroom for over a decade there's a montage in the movie Spotlight that has to trigger a warm rush of nostalgia. 

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Postmedia layoffs condemn Canada's largest cities to 'news poverty,' say critics

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Chronicle Herald CEO threatens 'work stoppage,' union holds strike vote as tensions escalate

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Bosses at Nova Scotia's Halifax Chronicle Herald, who made headlines earlier this week for refusing to print reporter bylines over a contract dispute with its newsroom staff, are warning readers to expect a "work stoppage" at the paper.

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