Former CBC exec Richard Stursberg tells Jesse all about it.
A new book by Richard Stursberg reveals that the plan to offer a labour tax credit for news media has its origins in a Rogers-commissioned report, a dinner with Paul Godfrey, and research funded by industry players
The Canadian federal government plans to issue nearly $600M in tax credits and incentives to bolster the country’s media industry over the next five years. What will this mean for the independence of the Canadian press? And will CANADALAND be applying for funds?
Key player in Donald Trump hush-money scheme has left the board of Canada’s largest newspaper company
David Pecker has been accused of wielding the National Enquirer to protect friends including Trump and Harvey Weinstein. He also helps decide how much Postmedia execs should get paid.
“I don’t want to be trusted by the government.”
It’s a terrible week for local news, VICELAND is probably over and the Financial Post fans the flames of climate change skepticism.
Postmedia, the largest newspaper chain in Canada is in its death throes.
Jian Ghomeshi is back and the nation breathes a collective “Ewww…really?”
Rebel Media’s at it again, this time seizing on the initial narrative about the Quebec massacre’s alleged ‘second shooter’ like a dog humping its favourite plush toy and refusing to let go. Also, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s oft-repeated pledge to take in more refugees in light of President Trump’s temporary ban on travelers from seven predominantly-Muslim … Continued
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