A new digital news outlet for Ottawa is slated to...
Less than two weeks after parting ways with Carter Brown, KiSS 105.3 in Ottawa is about to add a new voice into their morning show.
I believed I had chosen a profession where I would...
Wilkinson plans to have a meeting in the new year to set up the new outlet, which will build on the model followed by OttawaStart.com’s sister site, StittsvilleCentral.ca.
Undercurrent Ottawa takes a new approach to local news, focusing on the “intersection” of politics and social justice in the capital, which the outlet’s founders say is often underestimated.
In Stittsville we’ve lost an institution that has reflected us, has connected us, has shaped us for six decades.
After news that nine Ottawa-area newspapers will be closed, here’s...
Newspapers include Metro Ottawa and all Ottawa-area community newspapers formerly owned by Metroland Media.
Days after being let go in ‘restructuring’, former CTV Ottawa host Melissa Lamb isn’t sure what’s next
“It’s crazy, I’ve been there for seven years,” Melissa Lamb said in a phone interview on Monday. “My role on the show had gone from weather anchor, to live on location, to reporter.”
Susan Sherring is back to breaking stories on her personal blog, just under a year after taking a buyout from the Ottawa Sun.
“I think I deserve a break. I haven’t had a break in a long time,” said Meehan. “I want to be present at home for my kids because I’m just not present here.”
Media news you may have missed this week — the Ottawa Sun launched a new website on Tuesday.
The new show, News at Five, will launch on Aug. 28 with Matt Skube at the helm, Bell Media announced in a news release Thursday.
The vote does not trigger a strike, but one could be requested if an agreement cannot be reached through conciliation.
“They will have a distinctive look, they will have some distinctive content,” said Richard Gray, Bell Media vice-president and general manager of radio and TV for Ottawa, in an interview.
Its mandate is to promote local and regional events and attractions, provide community information and also the weather from Environment Canada.
Dozens of employees have been dismissed amid cuts and Rogers shuttered four stations in Southern Ontario.
Offering access to the paper’s website was a “no-brainer” said Ann Archer, manager of content services for the Ottawa Public Library.
The president of uOttawa’s student union filed notice to sue the paper after they reported on allegedly defamatory statements made about him at a public meeting.
The FM frequency 95.7 has been empty in Ottawa since about 2014, when a local station carrying national network Aboriginal Voices Radio went quiet. Now the CRTC is hearing proposals to fill it.