Hill reporters say it's not a direct threat to them, but some worry about how a shift in news consumption to U.S. outlets could eat away at Canadian outlets' revenues.
Hill reporters scrum Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in 2016. U.S.-based Politico and National Public Radio are just the latest in a string of recent expansions of American outlets into Canada. The Hill Times file photograph
Politico and National Public Radio’s announcements in the last month that they’re expanding northward are just the latest in an uptick in American media outlets pouring more resources into Canada and hoping for more Canadian revenue in return.
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