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What #cdnpoli activity tells us as we head in to the electionPodcasting changed Canada's media landscape 10 years agoAnalysis of Duffy trial Twitter activity so farVideo of Marc Messier's TOUCHtalkVideo of Officer McKenna's TOUCHtalk#elxn42 and #fe42: Can you see the difference?Media round-up: humanizing digital, and the debate onlineAnalysis of #macdebate Twitter activity
August 16, 2015

Video of Marc Messier’s TOUCHtalk

The latest in the Ottawa Citizen’s “How Ottawa Connects” series features Marc Messier of Ottawa Fire Services. Watch this video of his TOUCHtalk.

August 15, 2015

Podcasting changed Canada’s media landscape 10 years ago

The the role of podcasting in connecting locked out talent with Canadians during the CBC lockout propelled the Canadian broadcaster into the digital age.

Video of Officer McKenna’s TOUCHtalk

Watch video excerpts of a TOUCHtalk about humanizing digital, delivered by Officer McKenna of the Ottawa Police Service.

August 9, 2015

Analysis of Duffy trial Twitter activity so far

The Mike Duffy trial resumes later this week, making this the perfect time to share fresh analysis of Twitter activity related to the trial, so far.

August 8, 2015

Media round-up: humanizing digital, and the debate online

I was featured on CBC The National and CTV Morning Live about the debate, and my series on humanizing digital kicked off in the Ottawa Citizen.

August 6, 2015

Analysis of #macdebate Twitter activity

Despite being the height of vacation season, more than 55,000 people tweeted about #macdebate. Here’s a look at the activity, participants and issues.

August 1, 2015

What #cdnpoli activity tells us as we head in to the election

In anticipation of #elxn42 getting its official start tomorrow, here’s some analysis of #cdnpoli trends and issues that played out in July.

#elxn42 and #fe42: Can you see the difference?

It’s clear #elxn42 is the election hashtag of choice. So, is #fe42 a niche conversation, or a failed attempt at trailblazing by a government department?

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