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One Degree Thursday June 30 2022

CBC doesn’t want to be a cherished public broadcaster

The CBC walked away from its roots and role as a cherished public broadcaster last week when it won regulatory approval of a plan to sell its editorial credibility to advertisers.


Majority of execs confident culture can survive in hybrid setup

More than nine in 10 (94 per cent) of senior executives believe their company has a shared culture it can maintain in a hybrid working environment, according to Genpact, a global professional services firm.


Canada’s national police force admits use of spyware to hack phones

In a “remarkable” disclosure, Canada’s national police force has described for the first time how it uses spyware to infiltrate mobile devices and collect data, including by remotely turning on the camera and microphone of a suspect’s phone or laptop.


Instagram Shares New Tips on How to Maximize Your Reels Content Approach

If you haven’t got the message by now, Meta really wants you to use Reels, and provide it with more Reels content to feed into the ever-growing interest in short-form content.


Corporate sponsorships a powerful tool in advancing social change: Experts

Marketing experts say Scotiabank’s move to pause its sponsorship of Hockey Canada points to the growing role the corporate world plays in advancing social change.


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