Taylor Owen is the Beaverbrook Chair in Media, Ethics and Communication and associate professor in the Max Bell School of Public Policy at McGill.

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« Media coverage and the campaign online »

Les médias d’information traditionnels ne monopolisent plus la couverture des campagnes électorales, mais ils restent des acteurs clés de leur déroulement et du débat public. Ce panel a analysé la couverture médiatique à mi-chemin de …

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Intégrité électorale et désinformation

De nombreux pays s’efforcent aujourd’hui de détecter et de prévenir des menaces inédites à l’intégrité de leurs élections et de leurs systèmes démocratiques. Des acteurs à la fois étrangers et nationaux mettent à profit les …

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Media coverage and the campaign online

Traditional news media outlets might no longer monopolize election campaign coverage, but they are still key players in framing the race and its policy debates. This panel analyzed the media coverage so far, midway through …

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What do Canadians want from their news?

Across the English-speaking developed countries, the broad story told about journalism is much the same: as the consumption of traditional journalism sources continues to decline, those who do consume news increasingly gravitate toward partisan sources. …

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Podcasts

Media coverage and the campaign online

On Monday night, people across Canada tuned in to the first federal debate hosted by the new Leaders' Debates Commission. If you were looking for measured discussions of policy alternatives, you were out of luck. …

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Electoral integrity and disinformation

Countries around the world are grappling with how to identify and prevent a host of new threats to the integrity of their elections and democratic systems. With the next general election around the corner in …

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