News
Gary Engler | When Canada’s largest media conglomerate filed for court protection against creditors for a portion of the company on Oct. 6, laid-off employees lost severance pay, while some bosses got bonuses.
Blog
Fred Wilson | If media workers are sold out again, Canadian culture will suffer a similar fate.
News
Gary Engler | Like Gordon Gekko, Lord Black lived by the motto that 'greed is good.' But blaming him for all our media woes might take our eyes off the systemic problems of contemporary capitalism.
News
Tanner Mirrlees | A conversation about contemporary media capitalism and 21st century media democracy struggles to understand and change it.
Blog
Corvin Russell | 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.
Columnists
Wayne MacPhail | Amazon's new e-book reader, the Kindle DX, has been heralded as the saviour of newspapers. But its success will depend on an uninformed consumer willing to be duped into giving up rights.
Columnists
Wayne MacPhail | What does journalism cost? That's a question that's being batted around a lot lately as the economic case for and against traditional newsrooms gets made in the press and on the Web.
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | By cutting back on journalists, and deeming news reporting expendable, our newspapers got themselves in trouble, but Canada loses also.
RabbleTV
rabbleTV | Wayne MacPhail, rabble.ca's Director of Emerging Media, tells rabble.ca's birthday attendees what he thinks is wrong with our newspapers.
RabbleTV
rabbleTV | Linda McQuaig puts the blame for the demise of newspapers squarely on corporate ownership.
RabbleTV
rabbleTV | Peter Newman answers the question: "What is wrong with our newspapers?" at a rabble event in Toronto.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | Newspapers are crucial to any benefits that accrue through new technologies. They can be supplemented by alternate sources but not replaced, and there's a great public benefit to be reaped.