Breaking news explainers reach new audiences, but evergreen articles foster greater engagement, a new study finds.
A new database provides an insight into the almost 150 English-language digital-born journalism organizations in Canada since 2000. This dataset accounts for closures and transitions, capturing the dynamic nature of the industry. Digital-born journalism organizations, often also referred to as journalism start-ups, offer a valuable lens to think about journalism as they are generally launched
Alfred Hermida, University of British Columbia The deal between Google and the federal government to resolve their dispute over paying for news online will come as a relief for the media industry in Canada. News publishers were facing the prospect of disappearing from Google Search and other services — the equivalent of vanishing from the
More than 50 scholars, journalists and students attended the Novel Directions in Media Innovation and Funding ICA-post conference in Toronto on May 29-30. The event provided a space for academics and practitioners to share their expertise and learn from each other. Photos by Felicia Chiappetta and Beth Rochester
More than 50 scholars, journalists and students attended the Novel Directions in Media Innovation and Funding ICA-post conference in Toronto on May 29-30. The conference started with a reception on May 29, with guest speaker Rick Harp of MediaIndigena.
The role of Google and Meta in journalism in Canada is discussed by project directors Alfred Hermida and Mary Lynn.
Venue: Gladstone House, 1214 Queen St West, Toronto, Ontario, M6J 1J6 All times: Eastern Daylight Time Conference program 6:00 – 8:30: Opening reception Tuesday, May 30 8:30 – 9:45: Research breakfast Chair and welcome: Kamal Al-Solaylee, University of British Columbia, Canada 10:00 – 11:00: Keynote Vinita Srivastava, Executive Producer + Host, Don’t Call Me Resilient,
Project partner, The Conversation Canada is close to 200 million reads since launch in 2017.
The Canadian Communication Association annual conference in Toronto in May-June features a wide range of presentations and discussions by researchers from the Global Journalism Innovation Lab. Browse the full CCA program here. Tue, 30 May Portraits of Canadian Journalism DB 1016 | 9:00 – 10:30 The Emergence of Canadian Right-Wing Journalism Startups Alfred Hermida &
The Global Journalism Innovation Lab researchers are prepping for constructive knowledge exchange at the 2023 International Communication Association conference in Toronto in May. Join them to learn more about the latest advancements in their research. Pre-Conferences Browse the full ICA-pre conference program here. The Global Fact-Checking Movement: Regional, Comparative, Organizational, and Institutional Perspectives, Center for