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Marketing Experts Descend on Squamish for the Second Annual Canadian Internet Marketing Conference
For a second year in a row, Squamish is set to be the host to some of the biggest names in digital marketing. Internationally renowned companies like Google,Twittter, eBay, Disney Parks Canada and...
Mar 15th, 2016
Linda Solomon Wood on why she started National Observer
Starting a national online news site is a big undertaking. Why did you get into this? LSW: I got into it because our coverage of energy and the environment here on Vancouver Observer had gotten...
Jan 22nd, 2016
SFU Woodwards transports audiences with Hidden Pasts, Digital Futures Festival
A brave new world co-created by the National Film Board of Canada’s award-winning Digital Studio in Vancouver and internationally acclaimed artist Stan Douglas.
Sep 22nd, 2015
Our Oily Media: Canadaland's Jesse Brown talks to Linda Solomon Wood
How do we free Canadian media from oil-industry influence? Linda Solomon talks to Jesse Brown.
May 4th, 2015
Sandy Garossino joins Vancouver Observer as editor-in-chief
New editor-in-chief Sandy Garossino to reinvigorate local coverage of business, tech, and affordability— and "bridge the gaps."
Apr 3rd, 2015
Digital Days with Electronic Arts blew my mind
The magic of film has always fascinated me. You see the most incredible things happen on the screen. I’ve always been curious how they do this. Aren’t you? So I couldn’t resist attending Digital Days...
Feb 17th, 2014
NSA stories also reveal perilous state of mainstream journalism: Greenwald
Journalist Glenn Greenwald spoke via satellite over the weekend to an international audience gathered in Hamburg, Germany for the Chaos Computer Club meeting, an annual convention for the global...
Dec 30th, 2013
What Once Upon a Time does for feminism *Spoiler alert*
Is Once Upon a Time's re-imagining of classic fairy-tale characters a feminist feat of modern TV?
Dec 20th, 2013
Surveillance Trojan Horse or Big Brother in disguise?
Last week saw the announcement of dangerous new online spying legislation - supposedly aimed at tackling the serious issue of cyberbullying. According to legal experts, Bill C-13...
Nov 26th, 2013
PR fills the void left by shrinking newsrooms
As journalism continues to go under-funded, PR staff representing corporate interests have been on the rise.
Nov 24th, 2013