Sun, 28 August 2016
Answers to some of the questions about reporter Raveena Aulakh's suicide. How much did the Toronto Star know about its "toxic" workplace and what did they do about it? Financial Post reporter Sean Craig shares the findings of his investigation.
Direct download: Ep.148_-_What_The_Hell_Happened_At_The_Toronto_Star.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:21pm EDT
Wed, 24 August 2016
Was the Tragically Hip's final show the ultimate Canadian experience? And what was the value of finally seeing the Rob Ford crack video?
Freelance journalist and author Stephen Marche co-hosts.
Stephen Marche's Twitter: @StephenMarche
Read Stephen Marche's piece New Yorker piece on the Tragically Hip here:
Sun, 14 August 2016
Canada's tech sector is hemorrhaging talent. Between tax credits, targeted R&D programs, and Trudeau's cheerleading, can we stop the bleeding? Earlier this summer, thirty Canadian bankers, industry leaders, and entrepreneurs got together a cottage in the Muskokas to figure out how to "fix" the tech industry. Angel investor, entrepreneur, and lawyer Dan Debow was there.
Direct download: Ep.147_-_Why_Johnny_Cant_Innovate-Canadas_Tech_Sector.mp3
Category:media/news -- posted at: 7:09pm EDT
Wed, 10 August 2016
Justin Trudeau’s nipples are all over the place. The Toronto Star invests in a digital strategy by laying off journalists and IT workers.
The National Post’s Jen Gerson co-hosts.
Read Jen’s piece on the Prime Minister and his nipples here:
Sun, 7 August 2016
Justin Trudeau's administration has asked a think tank to research this very question: should taxpayers provide a safety net for a news business in free-fall? The think tank is headed by former Globe and Mail Editor in Chief Edward Greenspon, who discusses (and defends?) the idea of a news biz bail-out.
Direct download: Ep.146_-_Should_The_Government_Bail_Out_The_News_Business.mp3
Category:media/news -- posted at: 4:17pm EDT