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October 19, 2017 @ 1:34 pm

Une constante mutation : quelles seront les prochaines étapes pour les médias ?

27 Septembre 2017, Montréal - Dans notre paysage médiatique en constante évolution, les organisations médiatiques cherchent comment assurer un avenir durable au journalisme.  Vers quoi devraient-elles se tourner ? Un soutien gouvernemental ? Des allègements fiscaux ? De nouveaux modèles d’affaires ? Joignez-vous aux grands noms des médias québécois lors de cette discussion sur les stratégies qui façonneront l’avenir des médias : Michel Bissonnette, vice-président de Radio-Canada; Guy Crevier, éditeur de La PresseBrian Myles, directeur du quotidien Le Devoir; et Alexandre Taillefer, associé directeur du fonds d’investissement propriétaire de L’actualité. Ils seront rejoints par Colette Brin, directrice du Centre d’études sur les médias de l’Université Laval. Le modérateur sera Gérald Fillion, l’animateur de l’émission RDI Économie.

September 27, Montreal - In this ever-shifting media landscape, news organizations are anxiously seeking stable footing. What bodes best for a sustainable future for journalism: government support, tax breaks or new business models? On this CJF panel, leaders of Quebec’s top news outlets will discuss future media strategies: Michel Bissonnette, executive vice-president for Radio-Canada; Guy Crevier, publisher of La PresseAlexandre Taillefer, managing partner of the investment fund that owns L'actualité; and Brian Myles, publisher of Le Devoir . They will be joined by Colette Brin, director of Université Laval’s Centre d’études sur les medias. Gerald Fillion, host of RDI Économie, moderates.

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October 16, 2017 @ 12:51 pm

CJF J-Talk: Covering Canada

Toronto, Sept. 19, 2017 - Canada is journalism's latest cool assignment. Renewed international interest in all things Canadian means even we’re looking at our country from a different perspective—thanks in part to the Age of Trump and its contrast with our refugee-embracing, feminist prime minister. From discussing news outlets covering more Canada to others discovering our country and casting it in a flattering light, this panel explores the stories gaining traction with audiences, both locally and abroad, and the stories that still need to be told in a fraught political environment.

Madelaine Drohan, Canada correspondent for The Economist; Jodi Rudoren, editorial director of NYT Global, the international edition of the New York Times, and Stephen Rodrick, the contributing editor for Rolling Stone who recently profiled Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, discuss coverage with moderator Alison Smith, host of CPAC’s foreign affairs show, Perspective with Alison Smith.

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