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Pros – The industry as a whole is facing great challenges, and any efforts made to right the ship locally may be in vain in the big picture if the newspaper industry in general does not turn around in Canada.
Cons – Fewer and fewer staff around to handle content production.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
Pros – The people were great and there was a healthy respect for personal life there.
Cons – There wasn't a lot of opportunity to move around or up. Sometimes there was not a lot of work and it was not always challenging.
Advice to Senior Management – Challenge staff more, and stretch their limits and their minds.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
Pros – A good place for a reporter because of the vitality and constant change
Cons – A declining industry with few opportunities and limited imagination and willingness to shift to new technologies, such as the Internet
Advice to Senior Management – Don't hold back. Your local coverage is your most significant asset, something that is not duplicated by national services or competitors. It has continuing value, for expats, for research, etc. I'd love to hear a publisher say "The Internet can cut my production and circulation costs by 90%. How can I best take advantage of that?"
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