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"So if you write a script or you write a book or you write a song, and you assign your copyright to a company, you have to wait 25 years after you die to get it back," Adams told the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage.
“Regulation of these [streaming] services is absolutely inevitable – it will happen,” said Reynolds Mastin, president and CEO of the Canadian Media Producers Association.
A new report looks at the paradox of reporting on the “alt-right”: Doing so without amplifying that ideology is extremely difficult, if not downright impossible.
Montreal Le Devoir’s international news coverage is about to get a boost in the form of a $100,000 annual donation over five years from tour operator Transat A.T. Inc., which will cover travel and logistical costs for journalists to produce foreign correspondence.
Torstar says it has agreed to buy Ottawa-based digital news outlet iPolitics Inc. to help expand its political coverage for print and digital audiences.
A button on newsfeeds will help users evaluate the credibility of the articles they see.
Journalist says that a column about Chinese oppression was canceled by a South African newspaper.
FRIENDS' Executive Director says that the domination of internet giants is not inevitable, but their power is an assault on our democracy against which we must take action.
Digital-first program to deliver news to kids in a 'safe and age-appropriate manner'
Dr. Safiya Noble explains how human bias creeps into the computer programs that govern and manage our lives.
The former Publisher of the Calgary Herald says journalists need to stop telling the public what to think.
Commentator says that "the fears associated with foreign ownership of broadcasters are largely overblown as the connection between Canadian broadcasting ownership and Canadian culture is tenuous at best."
Columnist says that The Trudeau Liberals may be hoping their loud defence of Canadian culture can balance off another NAFTA dairy concession.
The Walt Disney Co. is the largest of the traditional Hollywood studios in the process of switching from a wholesale producer and distributor of content to a direct-to-consumer model.
CBC is enhancing its push into the OTT space with the launch of a new brand and strategy for its CBC TV app: “Gem.”
The most famous entrepreneur of his generation is facing a public reckoning with the power of Big Tech.
The BBC is making changes to its online offering in a bid to stave off competition from streaming services such as Netflix and YouTube.
A new Gallup/Knight Foundation Survey has probed why people have lost trust in news organizations and whether lost trust can be restored.
An EU court ruling says search engines must honor individual requests to remove personal information from searches.
Columnist says "We are Canadian, we are different and we will fight off the Americanization of our nation."
Essay adapted from Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow and 21 Lessons for the 21st Century.
‘It’d Be the Ruination of the Country.’ Trump Threatens to Tariff Canada’s Cars Over NAFTA by Glenn Fleishman
As Canadians stand firm on Canadian content regulations, Donald Trump threatens that tariffs imposed on Canada would be 'the Ruination of the Country.'
FRIENDS' Executive Director asks if Canadians are ceding our democratic authority to Silicon Valley corporations.
The president and chief executive of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty says that if technology continues its current advance, we may soon face totally convincing videos showing events that never happened — created so effectively that even experts will have trouble proving they’re fakes.
Culture pulled into NAFTA fight as debate heats up over Canadian content protection by Emily Jackson
The NAFTA spotlight has fallen on Canada’s protection of cultural industries at the same time Canada's cultural industries are dealing with massive disruption from the internet.
The federal Liberals are hinting at support for Canada’s ailing news industry, but it’s unclear if they’ll deliver tax changes or funding for newspapers ahead of next fall’s election.
Columnist says that it’s time for CBC to stop coasting off of legacy work, and start recognizing and supporting emerging Canadian comedians.
Postmedia has told Ottawa Citizen and Ottawa Sun staff that it will lock out union employees starting Monday if they reject or refuse to vote on its final contract offer Sunday.
The Anonymous New York Times Op-Ed and the Trumpian Corruption of Language and the Media by Masha Gessen
Masha Gessen says that by publishing the anonymous Op-Ed, the New York Times became complicit in its own corruption.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he’ll “walk away” from a deal if Canadian cultural protections are eroded in a new NAFTA.