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rabble.ca | BCE Inc. (Bell) Friday announced its acquisition of leading Canadian left-wing news website rabble.ca in order to access the "burgeoning Canadian progressive market."
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Siavash Rokni | Elizabeth May and Libby Davies describe how the job of reaching their constituents and passing on comment and information becomes difficult thanks to the concentration of mainstream media ownership.
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Marc Raboy | Given it is under attack, the hoopla surrounding the 75th birthday of the CBC provides a good occasion to recall how and why Canada got a national public broadcaster.
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Armine Yalnizyan | Starting today I will be on a regular weekly biz panel for the Lang and O'Leary show. A cool opportunity to bring a progressive perspective into perhaps the most neoliberal Punch and Judy show.
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Robert Hackett | The Occupy Wall Street/Occupy Canada protests seem to be occupying -- and perhaps unhinging -- the minds of media pundits.
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Ben Parfitt | It took just a week following the airing of an "interview" on CBC's The Lang & O'Leary Exchange for the ombudsman to rule that the public broadcaster's journalistic standards had been breached.
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Gerry Caplan | It is well known that Harper has long felt CBC TV was ready for a radical makeover. Eliminating its public subsidy was one alternative. But a series of coincidences led him to his new inspiration.
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rabble staff | In a Sun TV worthy interview, CBC's Kevin O'Leary gets schooled on the #occupy Wall Street movement by Pulitzer winning journalist Chris Hedges.
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Duncan Cameron | A new federal NDP leader with an agenda for meaningful change to improve lives is going to face major opposition from the people who benefit disproportionately from the way Canada is run now.
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Gerry Caplan | Why do certain media choose to offer platforms to those who spread malicious lies and instill fear about Muslims? To fill space? To improve ratings? Or merely for the hell of it?
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Greg Macdougall | A new national project, started with the blessing of the UN, seeks to encourage young people from Canada's diverse ethnic communities to control how they are represented in the media.
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Gerry Caplan | It never stops and never will. The moment the NDP seems even close to power, the knives come out. Here's what the party faced in these past three months.