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Meghan Murphy | The women who've gained access to liberal media are simply replicating the cronyism once reserved for the old boys club.
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John Miller | Even Paul Godfrey acted surprised when he was installed in Canada's News Hall of Fame this week.
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Wayne MacPhail | Readers today are mobile, visual, easily distracted but also can be rabidly engaged. To captivate them, organizations need to explore all the storytelling tools easily available.
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David J. Climenhaga | As Opposition finance critic, Derek Fildebrandt will be in the spotlight Tuesday when Alberta Finance Minister Joe Ceci tables the NDP’s first budget. Time for him to up his game?
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Meghan Murphy | American journalist and Pulitzer prize-winning author, Chris Hedges, will speak in Vancouver on Friday, September 25.
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David J. Climenhaga | Now that Edmonton Journal subscribers are being pitched the Sunday Sun, and the two papers' staffs will soon be working at the same address, amalgamation is only a matter of time.
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Dennis Gruending | A man harassed news reporters covering a recent Conservative campaign event in Etobicoke, calling them "pieces of shit." Given how the Conservatives have organized such events, was this inevitable?
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Megan Devlin | Professionals from chiropractors to accountants have ad campaigns promoting their craft, so why don't journalists?
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rabbleTV | The JournalismIS campaign marks the first phase of a longer term effort to mobilize the media industry and the public to support professional journalism in Canada.
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Redeye Collective | Linda Kay thought she was a pioneer as the first woman to write sports for the Chicago Tribune. Then she discovered that a woman was writing sports for the Globe and Mail in the 1930s.
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Wayne MacPhail | We've come to a pretty pass when publishers like the New York Times and the Washington Post are thinking about getting hitched to that lyin', cheatin', two-timing heart, Facebook.