BuzzFeed is going bust and Vice is headed for bankruptcy - is it the end of viral news sites? And the press has been reporting for years the name of a prominent and powerful man accused of abusing Indigenous children - but now it’s illegal for us to do so.
Host: Jesse Brown
Credits: Aviva Lessard (Producer), Caleb Thompson (Audio Editor and Technical Producer), Annette Ejiofor (Managing Editor)
Guest: Karyn Pugliese
How Mark Zuckerberg broke Meta's workforce - Washington PostVice Media reportedly headed for bankruptcy - The GuardianAlgonquin power lifter bulks up for first provincial competition - APTN NewsHuman Rights Tribunal Hearings Start Today in Burns Lake - The TyeeHuman rights tribunal into complaint against RCMP underway in Burns Lake, B.C. - APTN News
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