Featured on TV, radio and online on the consequences of Bill C-18.
I raised concerns about Meta’s dominance in the interview on Threads for Al Jazeera English.
Three events have recently marked a powerful inflection point in Canadian journalism.
The Journalism Manifesto timely and necessary intervention.
I recently had the honour of delivering this year’s Doctoral Lecture at the Department of Communication, University of Ottawa. Titled The good, the bad and the ugly of AI in journalism, the in-person talk on… Read More »AI in journalism doctoral lecture at University of Ottawa
My co-founder Mary Lynn Young and I shared the results of our research on journalism startups in Canada in this article marking the fifth anniversary of The Conversation Canada. Mary Lynn Young, University of British… Read More »Article on Canada’s journalism startups in The Conversation
It has been a busy May with research on journalism start-ups, Google and innovation, AI and the news, and social media roles featured at international and national conferences. The research findings were shared at the… Read More »Research featured at ICA and CCA 2022 conferences
I was fortunate to participate at the in-person Google Newsgeist event in Montreal, May 13-15. The conference opened on the evening of Friday May 13 with a series of lightning talks. My talk highlighted why… Read More »Newsgeist lightning talk on the paraphernalia of news
A new book on the institutions influencing and changing the production of news, featuring my co-authored chapter on the role of universities, is available for pre-order. The Institutions Changing Journalism: Barbarians Inside the Gate, edited… Read More »New chapter looks at universities as a ‘giant newsroom’
I am joining the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism as a Visiting Fellow for the fall. It is a tremendous honour to be able to spend the Michaelmas term at the institute at the… Read More »Visiting Fellow at the Reuters Institute