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The buyers say a lot of the right things. But since they seem to have no publishing experience, there’s no way to know what their plans are for the corporation, or for the newspaper.
The Canada-based network aims to take the best of newspaper chains for local digital publications — and leave the rest.
It’s the latest blow to national wire services around the world — the little-noticed backbone of much of the reporting seen across media.
In Quebec, a community facing the death of its local paper instead worked together to rebuild it as a community nonprofit.
“Our effort here is to understand what political speech looks like in Canada when it comes to advertising.”
Social psychologists have demonstrated a significant link between people’s behavior, their values, and the norms of their milieu, and that they feel rewarded when they act consistently with their beliefs.
What’s the kind of story worth putting outside a hard paywall? The kind of civic storytelling that shows that you’re “covering the city like no one else.”
Here are a few in a new Canadian report: greater transparency requirements for digital news publishers, holding social media companies legally liable for the content on their platforms, and mandatory independent audits for platform algorithms.