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Postmedia, Paul Godfrey and the Decline of Canadian Journalism

(NOTE: an edited version of this article was first published on Ricochet Media on December 15, 2016)

In early 2016, Toronto Star columnist David Olive authored a… 1,606 more words

Journalistic Ethics

Rex Murphy Tosses the Facts - and Palestinians - Under the Bus

January 2, 2017

As 2016 drew to a close, Canadians learned something new about the CBC’s curmudgeon-in-chief, Rex Murphy: when Murphy isn’t spewing disinformation about climate change or stroking the egos of oil barons… 2,183 more words

Journalistic Ethics

NBC and Joe Scarborough: Trump's official mouthpiece

I read the news today, oh boy. It was about the media crowning Joe Scarborough as Trump’s official media mouth piece, with picture and all of him (and Mika, of course) posing as the media royal couple. 1,224 more words

2016 Elections

Media Meltdown

What a circus act the media has become. They got it wrong when it came to the election but, haven’t given up on the trashing of the President-elect or his picks for cabinet members. 690 more words

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New York Times 'explains' its Trump coverage

Two days after election day, I wrote a blog post about the shameful performance of CNBC Top Washington Correspondent, John Harwood, in reporting on Donald Trump in the election. 550 more words

United We Stand

I volunteered again this weekend. It’s what I can do. I can’t watch the talking heads anymore. I think it’s these hired guns who are dividing us. 378 more words

About Life In General

Fast or first. Being right or being first in Social media reporting

Utilitarianism vs Categorical imperative

Journalism can be described as the gathering and dissemination of information (News). The State of the media sphere and the quality of journalistic material throughout the world has survived (and still is undergoing) drastic changes; from relying on manual or a more hands on forms of gathering information to the introduction of new savvy technological ways to use as both sources and forms of publications. 742 more words