The digital destination: A case study of the Winnipeg Free Press, changing reader habits, and the media's development in digital spaces

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Thesis type
(Project) M.Pub.
Date created
2022-08-19
Authors/Contributors
Abstract
The goal of this report is to underscore how one local, legacy publication, the Winnipeg Free Press, has withstood the changes of an evolving mediascape, reader demographics, and changing technologies. This report summarizes the challenges facing the news publishing industry, compares strategies of national and international news publications, and outlines the path forward for the Winnipeg Free Press.
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56 pages.
Identifier
etd22125
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Thesis advisor: Norman, Suzanne
Language
English
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