The financial crisis gripping Canada’s traditional media, especially newspapers, “has put fear into the hearts of people who hold that a vibrant democracy depends on an informed citizenry and that the news function played by the media is therefore vital,” says former Quebec journalist and media expert Florian Sauvageau, in a new book, along with other leading experts. But there is no one silver bullet to saving journalism and newspapers, the main producers of news, said Prof.
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