The News Forum is a Canadian English news media company owned by The News Forum Incorporated, a company whose directors have not been publicly revealed. Tore Stautland is the founder of Trillennium Media Group. This company also owns and runs The News Forum. The sister companies, Trillie Media (ownership is the same), also own and operate the well-known MySpace and Vevo websites.
This company is an Internet news channel that gives its subscribers’ information that are based on Canadian Politics, Economy, Education, Business, Health and Sports as well as pop culture. Their website states that they are “news consumers first”. They are keen to provide their customers with the most current information and discussions. Their motto is “You’ll never be able to see a dead horse.” They want their readers to keep up-to-date with the latest developments in industry, politics, and pop culture. They also desire Canadians to participate by providing them with the latest information.
The News Forum is a unique hybrid of an established “news” media company and an information service. Although this is a very positive thing for Canadian citizens, because they have something they can depend on for information, but the fact that they have been successful in their work also means they have some brain drain on those who participate. The News Forum has succeeded in meeting their objective of providing content, but without having participants actually think or talk about anything. Unfortunately, the success of the News Forum has also brought some of their own weaknesses.
First, Canadians have come to rely on their Information Service providers to provide an alternative to the information they read on the News Forum. They rely on the expertise and expertise of the Forum administrator to provide a counterbalance to the biased information provided to forum members. This means that, even though the Canadian Broadcast Corporation (CBC), has a reputation for its balanced daily news coverage, and the Globe and Mail newspaper does a better job of being more fair than the two national news organizations (NWSO and CBC) but they rely on one person (the writer) as a counterweight to biased information on their websites. This means that even though Canadians get more diverse and thorough information than ever before from their News websites, they often are left with information that is not more accurate or precise than what they were led believe it was. It is frustrating for Canadian citizens to rely on a single source of information that for the vast part, is their own government to provide a counterbalance to the biased information presented on their government websites.
John Lindsay, the current Canadian conservative news channel Tueday TV writer, does not mention that Hindi is his mother tongue. Despite being unable to read or write either Punjabi or Hindi, Lindsay claims to be able to speak and understand Hindi and Punjabi. This raises the question, if Mr. Lindsay is unable to understand or speak one of these languages, why does he believe he can deliver news stories on the Canadian conservative news channel Tueday that are biased and filled with incorrect or inaccurate information? Further, given that it is not mentioned his mother tongue when speaking about his family and background Does this mean the person is unaware of his own heritage? It’s unlikely, considering his American university degree (with a 3.0 GPA on average) and 15 years of working in broadcast media in Texas.
This is not the only instance of a news feature discussion that didn’t have its time or its topic adequately explained or even discussed. Stephen Lewis interviewed Jennifer Paget the Canadian Justice reporter in the same segment. Ms. Paget uncorked a wonderful speech on women’s empowerment, including what it means to be a mother, a daughter, sister, wife or friend (and of course, a human being). But she didn’t discuss the possibility of employment or the fact that a lot of women in these same situations do not have a high paying job. The segment also had an exchange between Ms. Paget and one of the guests in the studio in which the moderator pointed out that Ms. Paget was often criticized for being too nice , and not blaming the various people in the interview room that she felt made remarks to her about the way she presented and discussed issues pertaining to work-related violence and employment.
The positive side of the story has been the focus of a large portion of the audience for news and the news coverage at the Canadian Broadcast Corporation. These are two examples of reports that are in-depth that demonstrate how news forums can help provide balanced and realistic reports on subjects that are of interest to a larger audience. These forums also allow for a variety of experts, politicians and personalities to offer their opinions and opinions on particular issues. Canadians can benefit from both the good and bad sides of this forum by obtaining the information they require from a single source.
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