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Poor coverage of women's sport

Players and administrators in women’s sport regularly complain that they are underfunded when compared to their male counterparts. Their argument is that the poor media coverage of their sport leads to fewer sponsorship and other commercial sources of income being available to them. 299 more words

Are local newspapers becoming obsolete?

Dan Rowe, a professor at Humber College, visited our Global Class on September 13, 2017. We shared this experience with Effie Klein and her journalism students from Langara College in British Columbia. 398 more words

Dan Rowe

Style replaces substance

Hardly a week goes by without more gloomy news about local newspaper closures. The latest example came just last week with the news of the closure of… 299 more words

Going Local

Opinion piece by Fiona Grahame

“You can never get all the facts from just one newspaper, and unless you have all the facts, you cannot make proper judgements about what is going on. 733 more words

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Memory Lane: A Misbegotten Contest

Many years ago at The Bayshore Independent, where I was managing editor, we wished to convince our advertisers that people who read our weekly newspaper were reading the ads, too. 278 more words

Memory Lane

NNA Survey Shows Newspapers are Still a Top Source of Local News

The National Newspaper Association recently conducted a survey to find out what consumers preferences were when it came to learning about local news in their community. 62 more words

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Podcast - The Future of Local Newspapers, with Christopher Ali

Christopher Ali is an assistant professor at the University of Virginia. His research interests focus on communication policy and regulation, critical political economy, critical geography, comparative media systems, localism, and local news. 96 more words

Damian Radcliffe University Of Oregon