It's interesting to imagine why our Prime Minister would want to meet with Rupert Murdoch, whose Fox News TV channel has poisoned U.S. political debate.
The CBC and Conservative David Frum are like two ships passing in the ideological night, one being criticized for being too left and the other for being too right.
Do we want a media revolution where the same big media and telecom giants re-establish and expand, or do we want a media revolution that provides new opportunities for Canadians?
Loreto's suggestion that empathy for Humboldt victims be extended to others elicited death threats and vitriol, and the mainstream media was only too happy to go along.
As Trump's America veers closer to entertainment than politics, citizens are the losers.
A new report asking the federal government for $350 million to prop up Canada's newspapers is out of step with the times.
Since Trump's election Fox's ratings have fallen, to the benefit of more left-leaning cable news shows.
Ian Gill and Face2Face host David Peck talk about "intelligent collaboration," the state of journalism around the globe, "hopeful narratives," and how we need to mobilize our knowledge.
Stories about fake news as a major problem, are fake news.
There are no good guys in this war. But that doesn't mean that we shouldn't hear both sides of the story.