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The News Forum is a Canadian English news media company which is owned by The News Forum Incorporated. The directors of this company have not been publicly announced. Tore Stautland is the founder of Trillennium Media Group. This company also owns and runs The News Forum. The twin companies, Trillie Media (ownership is the same), also own and operate the popular MySpace and Vevo websites.

This company is an Internet news channel. It offers information to its subscribers based on Canadian economy, politics, education, business, health and sports, as well as pop culture. Their website says that they are “news consumers first”. They are eager to provide their customers with up to date information and discussions. Their motto is “You will not see an old horse.” In the same way, they would like their readers to be up-to-date with the latest happenings in politics, industry economics, and pop culture. They want Canadians to be involved by providing them with relevant information.

The News Forum is a unique hybrid of an established “news” media company and an information service. While this is a good thing for Canadian citizens, because they have something they can rely on for information, but the fact that they have been successful in their work also implies that they are causing a bit of a brain drain on the people who are taking part. The News Forum has succeeded in meeting their objective of being a source for content, but without having participants actually think, talk, or learn anything. Unfortunately, the success of the News Forum has also brought many of their own flaws.

First, Canadians have come relying on their Information Service providers for a alternative to the information they receive on the News Forum. They rely on the knowledge 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) is known for its impartial daily news coverage, and the Globe and Mail newspaper does a better job of being more even-handed than those two national news organizations (NWSO and CBC), they still rely on one individual (the writer) as a counterbalance to biased information that is posted on their websites. This means that even though Canadians get more diverse and thorough information than ever before from their News websites however, they often are left with information that is not more accurate or precise than the information they were led to believe it to be. It is frustrating that Canadian citizens are forced to rely on one source for information and that source has in the majority of cases been their government, in order to stop the biased information they find on their government websites.

The current writer for the Canadian conservative news channel Tueday TV, John Lindsay for instance, fails to mention that his mother tongue is Hindi. Despite not being able write or read either Punjabi or Hindi, Lindsay claims to be able speak and understand Hindi and Punjabi. This raises the question, given that Mr. Lindsay is unable to understand or speak either of these languages, how do he think he is able to provide news stories on the Canadian conservative news channel Tueday that are biased and filled with incorrect or outdated information? Furthermore, if he fails to mention his mother tongue when talking about his family and background, does this mean that the journalist isn’t aware of his own heritage? It’s unlikely, given his American university degree (with an average of 3.0 GPA on average) and 15 years of experience in broadcast media in Texas.

This isn’t the only instance of a news program discussion that isn’t not addressing the topic in a proper manner. Stephen Lewis interviewed Jennifer Paget, a Canadian Justice reporter in the same episode. Ms. Paget uncorked a wonderful speech on women’s empowerment, including what it is to be a mother, a sister, daughter or wife (and of course, a human being). She did not mention employment opportunities, or the fact that a lot of women who find themselves in similar situations do not have a lucrative job. The segment also included a brief exchange between Ms. Paget with one of the guests on the show. The moderator pointed out that Ms. Paget was often criticised for being too nice and never putting any blame on anyone else in the interview who made comments about her presentation and discussion of work-related violence and employment.

The positive aspect of the story is the focus of a large part of the audience for news and news focus at the Canadian Broadcast Corporation. These are only two examples of in-depth reports that show how news forums can help deliver balanced and honest coverage of topics that appeal to a wider audience. In addition, such forums provide a platform in which a host of experts, personalities politicians, artists, and many other people can share their perspective and opinions on particular issues. Canadians can benefit from both the good and bad sides of this forum by obtaining the information they need from a single source.

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