Zdravstvuj! OPPO turns its piercing focus on to the spectre haunting Canada in this look at the state of the left across the country.
There was a conspicuous absence from the Nova Scotia NDP’s leadership conference this weekend.
Do media unions protect journalists at the expense of journalism? Do they make it impossible for struggling news orgs to survive? Do they protect older workers at the expense of the younger generation? Nora Loreto, author and union activist, talks about what place organized labour might have in today’s media.
The Tyee may be the oldest surviving “digital native” news site in Canada. Who funds it and why has it stuck around for so long while so many others have faded away? Founder David Beers explains.
Show notes Canada produces top animation talent but lousy animation content. Animator Adam Hines, co-host of the Guys With Pencils podcast, on how to save Canadian cartoons. Episode Rundown 00:31 Norman Mclaren (link) 00:41 That’s right, a Canadian made Ren and Stimpy, John K 00:50 Alias, the creators of the 3D modeling and Animation program … Continued
Canada produces top animation talent but lousy animation content. Animator Adam Hines, co-host of the Guys With Pencils podcast, on how to save Canadian cartoons.
Globe executives want to monetize the integrity and reputations of The Globe and Mail’s journalists – the same award-winning reporters and editors that management proudly (and rightly) claims are vital to the enterprise’s future as a powerful, independent, fearless and profitable news organization.
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