Yesterday's News: Why Canada's Daily Newspapers are Failing Us
Documenting the takeover of Canadian daily newspapers by profit-oriented corporations, the rise of Conrad Black, and the danger that these trends pose to the long-term survival of the daily press, this book presents a fascinating journey from the editorial offices of the big daily newspapers where the author once worked to a small town in Quebec where he went to recapture the essence of journalism's utility.
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