Who started the first successful podcast network in Canada? What do 1950s TV and Radio have to do with podcasting? Jesse Brown sits down with Terry O’Reilly, host of Under the Influence, to talk about all things podcasting and advertising.
May 1, 2023
Hitting the Far Right Where It Hurts
How internet advertising funds bad information, and how activists are working to cut that off
April 25, 2022
By Cherise Seucharan
This is what a $15 million website in Toronto looks like
blogTO founder Tim Shore explains the outlet's click-chasing business model
March 21, 2022
Where you can see all the election ads running on media websites
Canadaland's registry of online registries for the 2021 Canadian election
August 20, 2021
By Danielle Paradis
Wag the Doug
#29 What’s Doug Ford So Afraid Of?
Doug Ford is getting ready for next year’s election by increasing donation limits, shuffling his cabinet, and overriding the Charter of Rights and Freedoms to pass a law limiting the criticism he’ll face. This sudden bonfire of political capital has our hosts wondering: given the state of Ontario’s opposition parties, just what is Ford so afraid of?
June 23, 2021
#329 The Tyrant’s Spin Doctor
Lord Tim Bell worked for a rogues' gallery of international clients, and co-founded one of the most powerful PR companies in history.
June 15, 2020
#248 Return Of The Conservative Rapper
The Heritage Minister doesn't seem to understand his own plan for regulating the internet (or not), so we break it down for you. And a group that doesn't exist just ran a major political ad campaign in the country's top newspapers. The National Post's Chris Selley co-hosts.
February 5, 2020
NOW Magazine Mysteriously Erases Articles Critical Of New Advertiser
Magazine management says the article removals were not approved
February 7, 2019
By Sean Craig
No, Don Cherry Isn’t Selling Penis Pills
From copying the CBC website, to claiming female anchors are leaving to start a skincare business, CANADALAND explains the tricks scammers use to...
January 16, 2019
By Graeme Gordon
#210 Why Newspapers Don’t Have to Die
And why you can't just blame Google and Facebook for what happened last week.