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Delivering fake news
Paul Orlowski | During the election campaign, the mainstream media gave Trump too much coverage. Sure, he's entertaining and could improve falling ratings. But his penchant for fake news threatens civil society.
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Penney Kome | If you think news media cost too much, try making decisions in the dark.
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Victoria Fenner | The money that cable companies are mandated to spend on community production could be put to better use if the CRTC directed funds directly to community media.
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Kim Elliott | rabble must raise $50,000 from our readers to implement our vital strategy for 2016: revamp our website, launch Trudeau Watch, and amplify the work of activists and organizatizations making change.
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Kim Elliott | Big media corporations are hard at work trying to influence peddle, scandalize, and bend the truth all in an effort to monetize the news. Let's stop this right here, right now!
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Billy-Ray Belcourt | The first-ever Indigenous Rhodes Scholar responds to the misreporting in media accounts of their achievement and offers some tips to the media.
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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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Nick Fillmore | The CBC's relaunch of Q is coming up -- but the new model could leave many Canadian listeners out in the cold.
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Taylor S.J. | We are not entitled to know the explicit details of Cindy Gladue's passing. What we ought to find out is how the justice system could further dehumanize the sacred life of an Indigenous woman.
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Miriam Katawazi | What does it mean when a photograph is altered -- what if the changed image is widely shared? How can photojournalists protect their work?
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Rick Salutin | Does CBC management really think news is separate from entertainment? Everyone knows news is entertainment, too.
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H.G. Watson | The Globe and Mail and Unifor Local 87-M will return to the bargaining table July 8, after 93 per cent of employees vote in favour of a strike if an agreement cannot be reached.