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One Degree Thursday June 16 2022

Canadians’ trust in the news media hits a new low

According to the Reuters Institute’s 2022 Digital News Report, trust in the Canadian news media has sunk to its lowest point in seven years.

The study, produced by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the University of Oxford, has found that trust in the news has dropped 13 per cent since 2016. Only 42 per cent of Canadian respondents trust “most news, most of the time,” a slight drop from last year’s 45 per cent.


We Asked 281 Entrepreneurs What the Best Social Media App for Making Money Is. Here’s What They Said

If you want to make money online this year, it be might time to log out of Instagram.

“I tried selling on Instagram, on Facebook, on everything,” says Shannon Conway, a graphic designer based in Chicago. “I would post projects that I was working on and say ‘If you need help, reach out, and we’ll start a conversation’. It didn’t really work that well.”


Corporate Podcasting: A Post-Pandemic Strategy for Canadian Business

The pandemic has damaged the connective tissue at the heart of Canadian business. Now, as companies rebuild, they are looking to recapture the sense of cohesiveness they once took for granted. In the face of this, many organizations are adopting new strategies to strengthen their internal communications. Corporate podcasting is emerging as a cost-effective channel to improve employee engagement and build a stronger corporate culture.


The Canadian Centre for Child Protection starts a film fest no one wants to see

The rate at which child sexual abuse material (CSAM) is uploaded to the internet has become so high that, for its latest campaign, the Canadian Centre for Child Protection (C3P) had to harness artificial intelligence to keep up.


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