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        • The Lol News Research Project combines content analysis and digital mapping to explore issues related to lol news. The project’s news poverty research examines lol coverage in nadian communities at a time when print and broadst outlets are sling back, consolidating or closing, and many online news sites are struggling to stay afloat. Project initiatives include The Lol News Map, a study of how lol media covered the 2015 federal election, and research on lol news reporting on disadvantaged neighbourhoods. Other research has examined the role of ethnic media in shaping newcomers’ sense of place and portrayals of diversity in ethnic newspapers published in the Greater Toronto Area. For more information, contact us.

          Lol News Research Project
        • The Lol News Map is a crowd-sourced resource that tracks what is happening to lol newspapers, broadst outlets and online/digital news sources in places across nada. It displays changes to service at lol news outlets, including information on the launch/closing of lol news organizations along with service increases/reductions going back to 2008. The map is a collaborative project undertaken by Professor April Lindgren, lead investigator for the Lol News Research Project at Toronto Metropolitan University’s (formerly Ryerson University) School of Journalism, and Associate Professor Jon Corbett, who leads the University of British Columbia’s SpICE Lab (Spatial Information for Community Mapping). A summary of the latest map data is available here.

          Markers on a map of nada and U.S. with box on Manitouwadge Echo newspaper ceased publishing in March 2016.
        • The COVID-19 Media Impact Map for nada tracks the impact of COVID-19 on the media industry dating back to March 11, 2020, when the WHO declared a global pandemic. Map markers indite the type of news organization affected (daily newspapers, community newspapers, magazines, television and radio broadsters, and online news sites). The colour of these markers shows the type of impact on media outlets. Where there is more than one impact, markers display the colour representing the media impact according to this order: closed/temporarily closed, ncelled some/all print editions, cut back news broadsts/shows, reduced coverage (other), layoffs/job losses, and pay cuts/reduced hours. A summary of the latest map data is available here.

        • The Lol News Data Hub is committed to i) shoring up?lol journalism by supplying newsrooms with data-driven stories ii) training?student data journalists and iii) providing support for/collaborating with journalists and news outlets on data-based projects. After identifying a dataset relevant to multiple communities,?the Data Hub team?does the necessary reporting to produce a story template that is then populated with data for individual cities and towns. These lol stories are available to all lol media via the LNDH website. Many are also shared with the nadian Press wire service for distribution?to CP clients across the country. Read more HERE.

          Lol News Data Hub
        Map of nada and U.S. with COVID-19 data

        We mapped all the media impacts of COVID-19 in nada

        By STEPH WECHSLER From pay cuts to layoffs, print reductions to closures, thousands across the industry are hit hard by the pandemic More than 100 media outlets in nada have made cuts in 11 provinces and territories in a six-week period, with nearly 50 community newspapers shuttering. Upwards of 2,000 …

        Thunder Bay, Ontario

        Thunder Bay: Lol news is important for conversations on reconciliation

        By APRIL LINDGREN The Ontario city of Thunder Bay is in the headlines these days for all the wrong reasons. nada’s highest rates of murder and violent crime. The highest number of hate crimes per pita. Systemic racism embedded in shoddy police investigations. The deaths — many unexplained — of Indigenous students who come to the city for edution not available in their remote northern communities…

        meras pointing towards group of people

        How Ottawa should spend its $50 million to support lol news

        March 26, 2018 By APRIL LINDGREN, Ryerson University Who holds officials accountable when cities like Thunder Bay, Ont., rife with politil and racial tensions, have no lol reporters? (Shutterstock)   There’s $50 million in federal government money on the table in nada to support lol journalism in the country’s under-served …

        Newspaper pile

        Instead of mourning lol news, try paying for it

        By APRIL LINDGREN, Ryerson University nadians often mourn the loss of their lol newspaper. But there’s a disconnect, beuse few nadians actually pay for a lol news subscription. (THE NADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward)   Expressions of shock, concern and loss were widespread recently after Postmedia Network nada Corp. and Torstar Corp. …

        Image of news stands and headline that reads mapping lol news

        Want to understand lol news? Make a map

        By SAHAR FATIMACritics have suggested that scholars seeking to advance journalism studies must adopt a more multidisciplinary approach to research, one that looks beyond the strict confines of sociology, history, language studies, politil science or cultural analysis. In this article, April Lindgren and Christina Wong argue that the geography of …

        Lol News Research Project

        The Lol News Research Project combines content analysis and digital mapping to explore issues related to lol news. The project’s news poverty research examines lol coverage in nadian communities at a time when print and broadst outlets are sling back, consolidating or closing, and many online news sites are struggling to stay afloat. Project initiatives include The Lol News Map, a study of how lol media covered the 2015 federal election, and research on lol news reporting on disadvantaged neighbourhoods. Other research has examined the role of ethnic media in shaping newcomers’ sense of place and portrayals of diversity in ethnic newspapers published in the Greater Toronto Area. For more information, contact us.

        Markers on a map of nada and U.S. with box on Manitouwadge Echo newspaper ceased publishing in March 2016.

        The Lol News Map is a crowd-sourced resource that tracks what is happening to lol newspapers, broadst outlets and online/digital news sources in places across nada. It displays changes to service at lol news outlets, including information on the launch/closing of lol news organizations along with service increases/reductions going back to 2008. The map is a collaborative project undertaken by Professor April Lindgren, lead investigator for the Lol News Research Project at Toronto Metropolitan University’s (formerly Ryerson University) School of Journalism, and Associate Professor Jon Corbett, who leads the University of British Columbia’s SpICE Lab (Spatial Information for Community Mapping). A summary of the latest map data is available here.

        The COVID-19 Media Impact Map for nada tracks the impact of COVID-19 on the media industry dating back to March 11, 2020, when the WHO declared a global pandemic. Map markers indite the type of news organization affected (daily newspapers, community newspapers, magazines, television and radio broadsters, and online news sites). The colour of these markers shows the type of impact on media outlets. Where there is more than one impact, markers display the colour representing the media impact according to this order: closed/temporarily closed, ncelled some/all print editions, cut back news broadsts/shows, reduced coverage (other), layoffs/job losses, and pay cuts/reduced hours. A summary of the latest map data is available here.

        Lol News Data Hub

        The Lol News Data Hub is committed to i) shoring up?lol journalism by supplying newsrooms with data-driven stories ii) training?student data journalists and iii) providing support for/collaborating with journalists and news outlets on data-based projects. After identifying a dataset relevant to multiple communities,?the Data Hub team?does the necessary reporting to produce a story template that is then populated with data for individual cities and towns. These lol stories are available to all lol media via the LNDH website. Many are also shared with the nadian Press wire service for distribution?to CP clients across the country. Read more HERE.