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29 November 2016
“What Brings Us Here” showcases activism by local grassroots organizations in Winnipeg.Read more
10 May 2016
Looking forward to the future of news, Kate Tenenhouse finds it is mobile, social…and vertical.Read more
14 April 2016
“Now we have the ability to push alerts to them,” said Craig Silverman, the editor of BuzzFeed Canada.Read more
10 March 2016
New site is in beta-testing phase and is expected to be fully rolled out in the spring.Read more
24 September 2015
Can't get to California for the Online News Association Conference? Well, you can follow along here. J-Source Video Gallery Editor and Sheridan professor Nicole Blanchett Neheli is in Los Angeles as
29 April 2015
Susan Newhook goes to #MoJoCon, a Dublin conference on mobile journalism, and watches it turn into a online community for discussion and experimentation.
18 December 2014
“The notifications from news apps that make it onto that lock screen are in prime position to capture attention. The lock screen is the new bundle.”
09 November 2014
The Gazette is the second Postmedia newspaper to implement the company’s bold, four-platform strategy with unique content for print, online, tablet and smartphone readers.
26 September 2013
Rogers Media is bundling all of its magazines into a single subscription service available to tablet readers à la Netflix’s cable bundle. The new service—called Next Issue Canada—gives subscribers

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