A new topic has been written in The Bulldog Forum.
“We have very little time left. More cuts will be coming, guaranteed. I’m not going to speculate on various competitors, but we’re very, very close to the end.” […]
Newspapers have been the bastion of capitalism, private enterprise and economic freedom.
Canada’s newspaper industry wants the federal government to create a $350-million fund to reimburse approved outlets for 35 per cent of a journalist’s salary. No.
Congratulations to Postmedia head honcho Paul Godfrey who has done for journalism what Pamela Anderson did for modesty. Come to think of it, what the Toronto Sun did for modesty. […]
Frequent Bulldog contributor Ron Benn weighs in on the decline of our news-gathering media. And thanks for the good words about The Bulldog, Ron: Here’s Benn: The recent cuts to […]
Bulldog contributor Robert Roberts weighs in on our big journalism debate. Over to you, Robert: The Bulldog website is slowly becoming a local news site. Just be sure to stay […]
Alf Chaiton, star of the Saturday morning Digital Dog podcast, chips in on the crass comment of LetsTalkCandidly and the debate that followed. The problem Ken is that you’re thinking […]
One of the problems of getting older is that young people have no idea what you’re talking about when you really reach back into your memory. Once I was telling […]
… and over the moat and now sitting at the desk across the hall. Yes the Ottawa Sun has moved into the same digs on Baxter Road as the Ottawa […]
With the demise of traditional journalism, print and broadcast, local coverage increasingly suffers. Beyond The Bulldog, how much discussion and comment on local affairs occurs on old media? The Sun […]
This might come as a shock to people not involved in the business, but newspapers still get between about 70 per cent to 90 per cent of their revenues from […]
Here’s what I can tell you about newspapers and the Internet from the perspective of a person who has worked in both for many years. By the way, it’s a […]