Blindspots and Double Standards
Deadline: December 1, annually
Eligibility: NewsWatch Canada (formerly Project Censored Canada) undertakes independent research on the Quality, Diversity, and Independence of Canada's news media. The project focuses on identifying blindspots and double standards, as well as areas of strength, at a time of growing media concentration and restrictions on newsgathering resources. We invite comments, and articles which highlight significant double standards or blind spots in the Canadian news media for study in the spring semester.
NewsWatch Canada, c/o School of Communication, Simon Fraser University
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Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6
Further Details: Send comments, clippings or transcripts with date and source of publication or airing along with sender's address, name, and phone.
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