Meta’s blocking of Canadian news reveals how reliant Canada’s media industry is on the U.S. The government must create a better funding model to provide support for Canadian media.
Multinational corporations can dictate how resources are allocated, territories are governed, and justice is defined.
Leigh Sales’ new book shares the insights of more than 30 prominent and experienced Australian journalists, including Laurie Oakes, Samantha Maiden and Trent Dalton, about their craft.
New research finds Australian listeners value news podcasts for enabling them to better participate in democratic life.
Although work in journalism has never been a safe bet, it’s now rife with deepening uncertainty. The TVO strike aimed at job security is a matter of public interest.
Though it makes for dense reading in places, the attention to detail will delight those in or closely connected to music journalism.
Michael Parkinson, who has died at 88, demonstrated the art of the good interview night after night.
On August 6, the Australian Diamonds won the Netball World Cup for the 12th time – but it received a fraction of the coverage the Matildas are getting.
Countless memoirs have been published by US and British veterans in the 20 years since the Iraq War began in March 2003. Iraqi journalist Ghaith Abdul-Ahad offers a fresh perspective.
An analysis of over 1,000 headlines shows key differences in how US media portray the aggressors and victims in the two conflicts.
In the lead-in to the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, it is revealing to look back on the media coverage of women’s international soccer.
Christopher Glasl’s withdrawn memoir of his time in Special Operations Group raises questions about publisher fact checking. How do they do it? And can it be improved?
A series of crises in the Canadian media sector will become a crucial test for what the country’s media landscape could and should look like in the 21st century.
Anna Funder’s new book, Wifedom, is a meditation on the insidious nature of patriarchy. Funder draws parallels between our #metoo era and the time of George Orwell and his wife Eileen.
A Treaty framework developed for New Zealand On Air offers a way for journalists to critically evaluate their own work and promote more accountable and equitable day-to-day reporting.
Australia’s law to force tech giants like Meta and Google to pay media organizations has not always meant better outcomes for journalism. Will the same happen in Canada?
Unlike a human editor, AI cannot explain their decisions or reasoning in a meaningful way. This can be a problem in a field where accountability and transparency are important.
The story of Anne Hamilton-Byrne’s cult The Family has been told in a non-fiction book and documentary, a novel, In the Clearing, and now a Disney+ series. What can stories like this teach us?
A new study of digital news consumption shows Canadians are avoiding the news more and trusting it less —especially in English Canada.
The kind of coverage favoured by South African media probably doesn’t do much to improve the public’s understanding of climate change.