#300 Do You Like Pink Slips And Scram? HuffPost! BuzzFeed! Canned, I Am
HuffPost Canada is dead. The Ryerson School of Journalism faces a crisis. And a very serious, important conversation about Dr. Seuss.
March 11, 2021
BuzzFeed Is Unionizing In Canada, And It’s Giving Us All The Feels
Unlike its U.S. counterpart, the Canadian union includes more than just the News team
February 13, 2019
By Jonathan Goldsbie
#241 Reporting In Ottawa Vs. Reporting In Washington
BuzzFeed’s Paul McLeod has covered politics in both capitals.
August 12, 2018
#172 Be Like The Lamb That Jumps For The Knife
Rogers Media's questionable new approach to publishing (hint: there's just less of it), Scaachi Koul's journey into the heart of Rebel darkness, and Jesse's failed fortune cookie writing gig.
June 20, 2018
#195 Bleeding Edge Outrage Meme Generators
Following the election of Donald Trump, Craig Silverman wrote the defining article on fake news. Now he dives into hyperpartisan media -- websites that blend legitimate reporting with clickbait viral headlines to create a morass where you can't be sure what's real and what isn't.
August 14, 2017
#107 The Triumph Of Joe Trudeau
PMJT flew all the way to Washington, DC, for a handshake. Not sure if anything else of consequence happened while he was there. Really, the handshake was the key.
February 16, 2017
#102 Successful Pile Of Garbage
Buzzfeed released a dossier of compromising information about Trump. John Furlong is reinstated as a UBC speaker. Disclosures aren't Jon Kay's strong suit.
January 12, 2017
#160 People Like Fake News Better
Fake news sites won the American election. BuzzFeed Canada's Craig Silverman discusses how bogus Facebook stories blew credible news out of the water.
November 21, 2016
#38 Paul Watson/Election Hot Mess
Two guest co-hosts tackle a dozen topics. Freelancer Paul Watson and Buzzfeed Canada's Paul McLeod discuss Star Touch, the budget surplus, the refugee crisis, Cons buying Facebook Likes, and Paul Watson's much-anticipated Erebus piece.