The economic downturn has been hard on both independent and corporate media. But now there's an opportunity for independent media outlets to chip away at mainstream media's market share.
Why do newspapers like National Post feel compelled to undermine and deny any attempts to highlight or discuss issues of marginality and race in Canada?
Being shallow and exploitative isn't as easy as it looks at the U.S. cable networks on which CBC's news makeover is modelled. If it isn't your game, you really shouldn't play it.
Canada has the most right-wing government of the Western liberal democracies. For some years we have had the most right-wing media, with only the Toronto Star for balance.
Maybe it's not much to latch on to, but a couple of moral tales worth repeating are emerging from the mess which is federal politics.
While the U.S., U.K. and Australia have moved to introduce solo female news readers on primetime weeknight newscasts, there are currently no women featured on English Canada's national newscasts.
Aimed at tearing back the veil of mass media misinformation, M.U.C.K. Film Festival & Forum turns the spotlight on individual action and meaningful social change.
After attacking Toronto Star journalist Antonia Zerbisias without checking the facts, Toronto Star Public Editor Kathy English issues a backhanded clarification that shows she's not up to the job.
According to the authors of Askmen.com, more women in charge in corporations would have a damaging impact on the economy.
The Comedy Central comedian can't help but mock MSNBC's unbelievably obvious product placements.