ethnic media

  • New survey investigates state of smaller-market newspapers in Canada

    Feb. 2, 2018 By AMANDA POPE Staff reporter A new online survey is asking Canadian journalists working for newspapers with a print circulation under 50,000 to provide information about how their newsrooms are managing and adapting to the turbulent times. Ryerson journalism professor April Lindgren and the not-for-profit National NewsMedia Council – an alliance of the former provincial press councils…

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  • Putting Canadian politics on the map with ethnic media

    This is one of a series of features, news articles and videos on the June 2017 conference “Is no local news bad news? Local journalism and its future” hosted by the Ryerson Journalism Research Centre. To read more about the conference and local news, visit: localnews.journalism.ryerson.ca. By ABBY PLENER Staff reporter Mohamed Busuri leads the way upstairs from the small…

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  • Brampton’s ethnic media strategy an experiment in reaching out to newcomers

    By ISABELLE DOCTO Special to the RJRC Efforts by the City of Brampton to reach newcomers through ethnic media will be an important test of how municipalities can better communicate with newcomers, particularly those who struggle with English, new research suggests. The study, by Ryerson University journalism professor April Lindgren, examines the evolution of Brampton’s ethnic media strategy over the past…

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