In the past year or so, the podcast industry has seen an explosion –or bubble, depending on who you ask– with companies like Entertainment One, Corus, and Rogers making big plays in the market. Who are the big players? What are they trying to do? And are their podcasts any good?
The former talk show host wants the case to be heard by a jury in Oshawa
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.
As the Liberals prepare to expand the Canada Periodical Fund, we look at the vagaries of an opaque system.
“The amount of silence on this was bizarre.” With Justin Ling.
It’s a terrible week for local news, VICELAND is probably over and the Financial Post fans the flames of climate change skepticism.
Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly had the thankless task of crafting a new culture plan that was sure to disappoint. She is now being viciously attacked by the press.
Sports journalism is facing many of the same issues as other facets of the industry: declining ad revenues, job insecurities, and too much content vying for too few eyeballs.
The company closed, sold off, or cut back on each of the 16 publications that had received federal grant money for the entire year
Company blames now-resolved “technical glitch” but won’t say how long the issue lasted
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