Media Monday Edmonton: Update #371

Taproot Edmonton’s latest Media Roundup was published today. Sign up here to get it delivered to your inbox every Monday morning.

Local updates from the Media Roundup

Here are a few select updates from today’s Media Roundup, written and curated by Linda Hoang:

Photo by Roman Kraft on Unsplash

Media-related updates from elsewhere

Here are some non-local media links that I found interesting this week:

  • CJR has confirmed more than 3,160 newsroom layoffs in 2019, 800 of which came from Verizon a year ago.
  • "Internet media over the past decade surpassed TV, radio, magazines and newspapers to become the biggest employment sector in media," reports Ad Age. Not surprisingly, the biggest losses came in print media. "The media jobs pie is shrinking. But the internet’s slice is only getting bigger."
  • From The Atlantic, here are the 50 best podcasts of 2019. So much to listen to, so little time.
  • Netflix picked up just one Golden Globe for TV at last night’s awards, fewer than both Hulu and Amazon Prime Video.
  • Margaret Sullivan (The Washington Post), Dean Baquet (The New York Times), Ben Smith (BuzzFeed News), Kara Swisher (Recode), and other American media figures "describe their fears about covering this year’s election – and ideas on how to get it right" in The Guardian.

Follow Edmonton media news using the hashtag #yegmedia and be sure to check out Mediagazer for the latest media news from elsewhere. You can see past Media Monday Edmonton entries here. If you have a tip or suggestion for future updates, let me know.

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