When we talk about democratic reform, as we will be talking in the months and years ahead as a result of this landmark election, we absolutely must include the reform of the newspaper in Canada.
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.
With a contracted consultation period the CRTC seems poised to ignore community media
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Two great initiatives that are dedicated to tracking whether the Liberal government keeps its promises.
Now that the election is over, the hardest part begins. The Liberals under Justin Trudeau bring some unique challenges. But rabble is ready to meet them head-on.
Oct 30, 2015
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A lecture by Ramzi Jaber, on institutionalized discrimination in Palestine and the uses of data visualization, technology, and data journalism in the creation of visual stories on social justice.
A few thoughts on the strange phenomenon of editorial political endorsements -- and memories of the time the Globe and Mail gave one of its writers a chance to pen a dissenting editorial.
Radio as a tool of empowerment for African women and youth.
In today’s concentrated, corporatized and industrial media world, those who challenge the established order rarely get any ink or airtime. Let's change that.
Frustrated about what isn't being talked about this election? Professor Bob Hackett explains why.