The coronavirus pandemic has illustrated the ability of both social media and mainstream news coverage to amplify and exaggerate the influence of extremist groups that reject science-based policies, says Aengus Bridgman.
The House of Commons may be set to reopen for regular parliamentary business later this morning — which, for those who keep track of such details, also marks the opening of the last four-week stretch of sittings before it shuts down for the holidays — but it looks like opposition members will have to wait at least one more day to cross-examine Prime Minister Justin Trudeau from across the aisle.
According to his official itinerary, Trudeau won’t be in his assigned seat for question period this afternoon, but will instead spend the day in “private meetings,” including a call with his Dutch counterpart, Mark Rutte, and a closed-door huddle with his front bench team.
He’s also booked in for a livestreamed appearance at the opening of the second annual Global Conference for Media Freedom, which Canada is co-hosting in conjunction with Botswana. (11:15 AM)
Also on the agenda for the one-day virtual summit: A high-level ministerial meet-up of the 37 countries “committed to working together to advocate for media freedom and the protection of journalists,” which will be co-chaired by Foreign Affairs Minister François-Philippe Champagne and his UK counterpart, Dominic Raab.
Although the ministerial session will, not surprisingly, take place behind digitally closed doors, it will be followed by a livestreamed panel discussion with “legal experts,” including former federal justice minister Irwin Cotler and human rights lawyer Amal Clooney. (9:30 AM)
Back on the Hill, meanwhile, Conservative finance critic Pierre Poilievre has reserved a mid-morning timeslot at the West Block media theatre to “propose a solution” to the ongoing impasse at the House finance committee over an opposition-driven push to reopen the investigation into the WE Charity controversy. (10:30 AM)
Elsewhere on the precinct media circuit, Green Leader Annamie Paul joins Green MPs Paul Manly and Elizabeth May to brief reporters on what the party hopes to see in the “environmental accountability” legislation that the minority Liberal government is expected to table later this week, which, as per a weekend press release, should include a “detailed carbon budget,” a “carbon border adjustment” and “investments in renewable energy,” among other measures. (11 AM)
IN THE CHAMBER
When the curtain rises on the Commons later today, the first order of legislative business on the government to-do list will be a final round of debate on the proposed new guidelines to require federal judges to undergo specialized training on sexual assault cases, which is based on a backbench bill originally put forward by then-interim Conservative Leader Rona Ambrose during the previous parliament, and is now set to secure third-reading approval later today.
Later this afternoon, MPs will also hand down their collective verdict on the New Democrats’ omnibus opposition day pitch to hike taxes on wealthy individuals and businesses making a profit from the pandemic, which, as per the motion, would make more public funds available to expand universal health care to include pharmacare and dental services.
Before all that gets underway, Conservative MP Shannon Stubbs will get her first chance to present her private members’ proposal to encourage “environmental restoration” with a new tax credit to cover some costs related to the closure of gas and oil wells.
OUTSIDE THE PRECINCT
Social Development Minister Ahmed Hussen teams up with his New Brunswick counterpart Dominic Cardy for a joint Zoom reveal of a new deal on support for early learning and child care throughout the province. (11:30 AM)
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Anti-mask fringe movement getting more media coverage than warranted: expert – Hanna Herald
It only took 30 people dancing without masks last week in a Rosemère shopping centre for the anti-mask movement to make headlines across Quebec.
On Saturday, anti-maskers were in the news again when Quebec City police handed out 34 tickets to demonstrators protesting against anti-COVID-19 measures in front of the National Assembly.
And on Sunday, a small group of maskless protesters gathered outside a house in Westmount they believed was the home of Premier François Legault. Legault does not live in Westmount.
Now, a two-week-old anti-mask group is planning another flash mob in Laval on Dec. 6 or 12, and is asking people to shop without masks at a grocery store in Ste-Thérèse on Dec. 5, according to information posted on YouTube Friday. The group Sans Masque boasts 517 members in different regions of the province, according to another video.
But while news reports might give the impression the group is gaining momentum, it remains a fringe movement, said Aengus Bridgman, a PhD candidate at McGill University who studies online political participation.
“It’s really important to note that from 85 to 90 per cent of Canadians are wearing masks regularly,” Bridgman said.
The coronavirus pandemic has illustrated the ability of both social media and mainstream news coverage to amplify and exaggerate the influence of extremist groups that reject science-based policies, he said.
For example, the flash mob in Rosemère on Nov. 21 received widespread media exposure despite the small number of participants, he noted.
“I think it has received too much coverage,” he said.
Bridgman was among the authors of a McGill study released in July showing that Canadians who get their information from social media instead of traditional news sources are more likely to believe misconceptions about COVID-19.
Social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Reddit have enabled once-marginal movements to reach audiences numbering in the millions, he said.
The study surveyed 27,615 Canadians on where they got their news and on their attitudes toward COVID-19.
It also looked at how anti-intellectualism — the generalized distrust of experts and intellectuals — influences attitudes on the risk of contracting COVID-19 and prevention measures like mask-wearing and physical distancing .
Mainstream media are also contributing to the increased visibility of anti-mask groups, Bridgman said. One reason is that media constantly seek another side of every story as a means of advancing the news, he said.
For example, at the beginning of the pandemic, when health authorities around the world were counselling against the general public wearing masks, mainstream media outlets did reports suggesting masks could help prevent the spread of the virus. When governments switched course and called on citizens to don masks, the media raised questions about how effective mask-wearing was, Bridgman said.
There are no easy answers when it comes to combating misinformation on social media, he said. While Twitter flagged many tweets by U.S. President Donald Trump before and after the Nov. 3 election, rooting out false statements is not always feasible, he said.
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The 10 Social Media Agencies to Watch in 2021 – GlobeNewswire
Melbourne, Australia, Nov. 30, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — In the era of technology and social media in order to remain relevant, businesses must have a strong presence online. With attention being perhaps the most valuable currency, social media has made consumers’ attention more readily available than ever – thanks to Silicon Valley and big tech companies. Despite this however, navigating social media as an inexperienced business owner can leave wasting countless hours, for little or no return. According to Boost Media Agency, In order to truly make your business a success in 2020 you need a social media agency to guide you and your business, to give you the practical tools to stand out, get more engagement and remain at the forefront of your customers minds. Each specialising in their own unique area, here we present the 10 social media agencies to watch in 2021.
Attention Experts – @attention.experts
Attention Experts are specialist growth experts, and are a recognised leader in the industry for their unique data and ROI-driven approach to social media marketing and strategy. Combining the latest digital tools and capabilities of the world’s biggest social media platforms, Attention Experts have a track record of delivering consistent results for over 500 clients across 20 different industries, in both the B2B and B2C sectors in Australia, New Zealand, South East Asia, North America and the UK. Attention Experts are at the forefront of the social media marketing industry, having achieved this through their exceptional customer service, transparency, best practice strategy design, and unparalleled campaign implementation. Over the past twelve months, Attention Experts was the most 5-star rated social media agency in Australia, have become a recognised Facebook Preferred Partner, and have recently won Best NSW Social Media Marketing Campaign at the Australian Marketing Institute Awards, Australia’s most prestigious marketing award. Attention Experts are not just about pretty pictures, they are focused upon how to create superior brand value for their clients and a greater return on investment.
Katie Love, Love Social Media (@katielovesocial)
Having formerly been in a career as a TV reporter covering high profile murder cases and the like, Katie Love is one of the clever few who leveraged her personal brand and following to build her social media agency – Love Social Media. With a focus on content creation, social media strategy and influencer marketing, Katie and her team work with a number of industry-leading brands and influencers, including 305 Fitness, Emma Kenney & Christi Lukasiak. Having utilized her platform to grow the Love Social Media brand, Katie is highly sought after for all things social media, receiving scores of leads through her personal profile daily.
Over her years of working in the world of social media, Katie and her team have learned exactly how to engage audiences on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest and Tiktok – even having her own TikTik go viral after becoming a mom. Love Social Media allows you to outsource all your content creation and social media needs to a team of experts, who deliver real results, time after time. If you’re looking for a social media agency with a personal approach to growing your brand and business, Katie Love and her team have the knowledge and breadth of experience to get you there.
A Newcastle-based agency who are experts in all things social media, SOQUAL aim to align quality businesses with quality social media. Providing their clients with strategic social media management, social media advertising and social media training, they have over 8 years of experience in the industry. SOQUAL’s social media expertise has seen them rapidly grow into a team of 7 staff, and more recently being nominated for the Local Business Awards.
Working with a range of businesses across all sectors, their bread-and-butter is service-based businesses – where they work closely with their clients to manage their socials in house, or to train them to DIY their social media marketing. Although predominantly working with small businesses, they are also sought out by large companies on bigger budgets, to take complete control and implementation of their socials.
What to expect when working with SOQUAL? Quality content. Quality growth. Quality results. They are a results-driven social media agency, who have the knowledge and experience to launch your brand into online success. They are truly savvy in all things social media and are deeply passionate about achieving the best result for your business.
Ignite Social Media (@ignitesma)
With forward thinking and an innovative approach, Ignite Social Media were well ahead of the curve of social media. Founded in 2007, they are the original social media agency, as they were the first social media agency in the United States. Ignite Social Media are a team of dedicated individuals, who since day one has been 100% focused on social media and have won multiple awards including Social Media Agency of the Year in 2016 by Incite, and Top Marketing Agency in 2019 and 2020 by Chief Marketer.
Ignite Social Media are dedicated to delivering award-winning strategies that drive measurable business results for leading brands across the globe. While social media has changed a lot over the years, their agency has changed along with it. They’ve watched trends come and go, and created industry-leading best practices that are now widespread.
Ignite Social Media is also certified as a Women’s Own Business by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council, the nation’s largest third-party certifier of businesses owned and operated by women in the United States. They work to fill in the gaps where their clients aren’t able to be – from one man shows to complex team structures, they customise their services and what they deliver, consistently providing the perfect solution for all their clients social media needs.
Eight Clients (@eightclients)
Eight Clients are a social media agency who have passionate and dedicated teams within their organisation, who each work with eight clients. With the ability to create campaigns for just about any business or brand, they’ve learned not to be fussy in the campaigns they create, providing creative content for clients across a broad range of industries.
Eight Clients is founded on the principle of, ‘fewer clients, more results’. With their highly sought-after services, they work with less than 2% of the companies that request work from them. Their vision, mission and values blend passion, creativity and teamwork to build a company where they all love what they do and provide incredible results at the same time.
They were recently appointed as the global social media agency for Starward whiskey, one of their many global clients. With services ranging from content creation, copywriting and social media management, all the way to community management and marketing automation, Eight Clients are certainly one of the most unique agencies in the industry today. To do what they do, Eight Clients have had to rethink what it means to be an agency. Are you one of their 8?
Kristina Kim (@kkdigitalmarketing)
Kristina Kim is a social media marketing and branding specialist with over six years of industry experience in journalism. Having worked as a radio journalist back in her hometown in the Czech Republic, Kristina has also had a weekly column in a national newspaper and even published articles in online publications such as Harpers Bazaar and Forbes. She went from volunteering to working as an intern in a social media start-up agency. Over time, she found a passion for social media. Her enthusiasm towards how the platform can help people in their businesses paved the way for her to decide on starting her digital marketing agency.
Together with five kickass women, Kristina has managed to work with over 30 clients since they started KK Digital Marketing Agency. Their clients are mostly small business owners and start-ups who are looking to grow their online presence through the combination of organic growth and advertising. Since their work can be performed online, Kristina was able to reach clients from around the world including Australia, Canada, United Emirates, Germany, and the USA.
Kristina and her team pride themselves on honest, hard-working, and ambitious individuals. From her own words, “We don’t make fake promises. We don’t promise zero work for our clients. We educate and offer them the value and support to help them in their digital marketing journey.
Mango Social Co.– @mangosocialco
Mango Social Co. offers professional content creation and social media management, all for only $97 a month! Having worked with over 300 clients in nearly every industry possible, the team are based all across the globe. For $97 one really can’t expect too much, but Mango Social Co. are proving that line of thinking wrong, with the quality of content many other agencies deliver coming nowhere close. What really makes them stand out, however, is their white-label program. After going through an application process, agencies are led through how Mango Social Co. operates, and receive wholesale pricing options, plentiful resources, and a whole library of Mango Social Co.’s own content examples that they can use to close their own clients.
8X Digital (@8xdigital_)
A digital transformation agency who help prevent small business owners from spending thousands of dollars on social media, content creation, and websites that fail to connect and convert their desired audience, 8X Digital are the team to take care of your social media – so you can take care of your business. 8X Digital take the headache out of digital marketing and accelerate your social media growth, through creating highly converting content and websites to scale your business.
The Founder, Jennifer Chiu, has grown up in this landscape and developed an influencer profile two years ago. From there, she was able to learn off-the-ground all the techniques involved in social media, and how to market from a B2B and B2C perspective.
8X Digital believes that getting things off on the right foot is the key to prolonged business success. With a highly personalised approach with business owners, they work closely to translate their vision into a strategic digital presence. “Every business owner is different, so being able to capture their message is tantamount to attracting relevant leads and customers” Jennifer explains.
At 8X Digital, you can trust they utilise a multi-pronged, targeted approach to social media management, content creation, and influencer marketing – helping businesses scale through strategic social media management and a results-driven approach. If you’re spending too many hours on Facebook and Instagram with no results, look no further than 8X Digital to speed things along.
Master Media Company (@mastermediacompany) , Founded by Yanelia R. Caballe & Ludwin Alvarez
A Social Media & Marketing Agency dedicated to helping small to mid-size, service based businesses, Master Media Company are experts at helping their clients maximize their brand online. Understanding the importance of spending time on the most valuable tasks, Master Media Company gives their clients the time to work on the business tasks that they are experts in.
Offering an integrated marketing experience, they combine services such as branding, brand positioning, and digital marketing with social media strategy – where they offer content creation and management to their clients, all in one place. Master Media Company’s number one goal is for their clients to feel completely at ease when working with them, knowing they’ll get the job done – and done right every time.
If you’re feeling overwhelmed with all the menial marketing tasks you simply can’t keep on top of, then Master Media Co. is your one stop shop to satisfy all your marketing needs. Not only will they deliver on their promise, they are dedicated to offering human-to-human connection, employing a strategy to ensure all of their customers feel safe and continuously getting the result they desire – even after their working relationship has ended.
We Are The New (@wearethenew_)
We Are The New are a social media agency who specialise in brand storytelling. They create brands that have true legacy through the power of transcendent storytelling. By asking , “What are you capable of?”, they are on a quest to understand the real potential of their partnerships.
They identify brand purpose and mission which in turn, transforms brand perception and creates a compelling narrative to accelerate their brand. Together with their clients, they build an authentic story which amplifies and accelerates growth and performance.
We are the new are bold, unapolagetic and never ordinary, always researching and keeping up to date with the marketplace – to find whats happening, missing and new. As forward thinkers, keeping current maintains their edge. If you’re looking for an emboldened brand perception and richer brand equity, look no further than We Are The New.
Make sure to follow each of these amazing social media agencies, as they continue to thrive and help their clients grow to new heights. Each of their Instagram’s have been directly linked here. Finally, we would like to thank Boost Media Agency for taking the time to put this article together.
Contact: Lewis Schenk
Company: Boost Media Agency
Media Beat: November 30, 2020 | FYIMusicNews – FYI Music News
“We expect that 90% of households across the country will have access to fixed broadband Internet services that meet our universal service objective by the end of next year. As a country, we are on the right path to achieve this target. The percentage of homes and businesses with such connectivity had risen to 87.4% by the end of 2019…” – CRTC Chair Ian Scott (full text of address to the Standing Committee on Industry, Science and Technology last week)
Billionaire Elon Musk’s satellite internet service is now streaming to some homes in New Brunswick.
Starlink has enlisted some households in rural areas of Canada and the northern U.S. to test the service before a full launch, possibly in mid-2021. The cost of delivery is significant, however. – Connell Smith, CBC News
For the twelve months ended August 31, 2020 the Company generated revenues of $50.6M, operating expenses of $40.2M and Adjusted EBITDA of $10.4M from its continuing operations. Net income for the same period was $4.6M.
For the comparative twelve months ended August 31, 2019 the Company had revenues of $52.5M, operating expenses of $46.2M and Adjusted EBITDA of $6.3M from its continuing operations. Net income for the year was $2.9M. – Press release
The experimental series on monthly openings and closures now include monthly estimates of the number of business openings and closures, continuing businesses, and active businesses in the tourism industries at the national level from January 2015 to August 2020. These industries are based on Statistics Canada’s Canadian Tourism Satellite Account industry aggregations and include air transportation; water transportation; rail, scenic and sightseeing transportation; bus transportation, taxi and limousine services, and vehicle rental; accommodation; food and beverage services; recreation and entertainment; and travel services.
The new series show that the tourism industries are among those most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. While business closures doubled in the business sector from February to April 2020, the tourism sector as a whole had 11,020 closures in April, more than triple the number of closures in February. The most affected industries in the tourism sector were food and beverage services (+316.2%; +6,009), travel services (+314.6%; +310) and bus transportation, taxi and limousine services, and vehicle rental (+166.8%; +296). While business closures also increased in air transportation from February to April, the increase was smaller than in all other tourism industries. Since the peak in business closures in April, closures have declined across the tourism industries. As of August, business closures were below the pre-COVID level posted in February in all tourism industries.
The number of business openings in the tourism sector exceeded that of business closures in each of the last three months. Despite the openings, the number of active businesses in the tourism sector in August was 84.7% the level recorded in February. By comparison, the number of active businesses in the business sector in August was 91.0% the level reported in February.
Kelowna’s 103.9 CKOO-FM could be back on the air by the spring.
The CRTC has approved the purchase of the radio station’s broadcast license and assets by Paul Larsen for $500K.
His company, Radius Holdings, is purchasing the license from trustee Grant Thornton, which took possession of it when Soft 103.9 went bankrupt on March 31. – Colin Dacre, Kelowna News
Among the criteria set out in the proposed Consumer Privacy Protection Act and the Personal Information and Data Protection Tribunal Act, a firm must consider are the sensitivity of the personal information; whether the purposes represent legitimate business needs of the organization; the effectiveness of the collection, use or disclosure in meeting the organization’s legitimate business needs; whether there are less intrusive means of achieving those purposes at a comparable cost and with comparable benefits; and whether the individual’s loss of privacy is proportionate to the benefits in light of any measures, technical or otherwise, implemented by the organization to mitigate the impacts of the loss of privacy on the individual.
It also says firms must determine at or before the time of the collection of any personal information each of the purposes for which the information is to be collected, used or disclosed — and must record those purposes.
Section 13 says a firm can only collect the personal information that is necessary for those purposes. – IT World Canada
The Ongoing History of New Music hits 10M downloads
Having hit its 900th episode, the Alan Cross hosted podcast started in Jan. 2017 has now crossed the 10M download threshold–a phenomenal accomplishment by any standard. The podcasts originate from the radio show of the same name that first aired in 1993 on CFNY-FM in Toronto.
A few stats’n’facts provided by Cross:
When the program began, Kurt was still alive and Pearl Jam had just one album.
Except for hardcore computer nerds, no one knew about the internet or email.
The first hundred episodes were composed on a long-forgotten DOS word processor.
When Windows 3.1 came along, I switched to WordPerfect. The next 600 or so shows were written that way. I didn’t make the switch to Word until 2014.
For nearly a decade, the show only ran on 102.1 The Edge/Toronto. CFOX/Vancouver picked it up near the end of the 90s.
The show is now syndicated across the country.In addition to the hour-long shows are the 60-second daily features.
I’ve written over 7,000 of those.Craig Venn was the original technical producer working with old-school reel-to-reel tape. Rob Johnston took over at show 110 and has been with me ever since.
We transition to all-digital production in 1996.
Shows were first archived on reel-to-reel tape, then DAT, then CD-Rs. Now everything is archived digitally.
I used to record everything in the studios of 102.1 the Edge. Now I have my home studio. I just record my bits and upload them to Dropbox. Rob takes it from there, producing the programs and then distributing them to affiliates. He also takes care of the podcasts.
The podcasts have been downloaded in almost every country in the world with Canada in the lead, followed by the US, the UK, Australia, and Germany.
Among the countries immune to the shows’ charms are North Korea, Niger, Chad, and the Republic of the Congo. But we’re working on that.
Of the 900 Ongoing History radio programs aired since the program debuted in February 1993, approximately 250 have been repurposed as podcasts. We’ll eventually get more up there, but not all will make it because they’re just too dated.
Canada leads the way in downloads (no surprise there) with 8.3 million downloads. The US is in second spot with 1.12 million. Then comes the UK, Australia, Germany, France, New Zealand, Mexico, Ireland, and The Netherlands rounding out the top 10.Within Canada,
Ontario is the number one market, followed by BC and Alberta.
Toronto is in first place for downloads, followed by Hamilton and Vancouver.
In the US, the podcast is most popular in Buffalo followed by New York, Chicago, and bizarrely, Hutchison, Kansas, a city of 40,000 northwest of Wichita. The good citizens of Hutchison have downloaded more episodes than Los Angeles. We can’t explain that.
Moving to the UK, the leading city is London. Manchester comes second and Edinburgh is a close third.
The most-downloaded podcast of all time is “The Rise and Fall of Blink-182, Part 1,” which was published on January 31, 2017. In second spot is “Rock and Roll Myths” (March 15, 2017), and “60 Mind-Blowing Facts in 60 Minutes: The Fifth Edition” (December 18, 2019).
Most people get their OH fix through Spotify (16.9%) followed by Apple Podcasts (13%).When it comes to platforms for listening, iOS leads the way with 56.3%. Android is second with 26%.87.2% of listening is done on a mobile device while 9.1% listen on a desktop and 2.4% use a tablet.
The head of News Media Canada told a parliamentary committee Friday afternoon that despite the highest demand ever for news amid the pandemic, there is still little revenue in part because Google and Facebook are sucking up 80 per cent of digital ad revenues at the expense of Canada’s news outlets. – Jeremy Nuttall, The Star
Denham Jolly, Jackie Flanagan, Brian McFarlane, and Sarah Milroy are among the 114 names as new appointments by the Governor General.
After 25 years of writing Page Six, a must-read daily compendium for the Toronto Sun about the arts, media and politics, Dunford made his exit in July of 2005 after penning 7,127 columns for the paper. He was funny, sometimes abrasive, and always on top of what was going on in the city, the CBC and media in general. There’s a great synopsis about his career at the tabloid here, and Dunf in space is a blog where he regularly posts today.
You’d think by now “sophisticated” advertisers would have learned that the programmatic ad ecosystem is nothing but trash and trouble. But in the ad world, nobody learns anything.
A website called Adalytics ran a piece last week on how a Russian state-controlled news agency’s propaganda website called “Sputnik News” is being unwittingly supported by programmatic ad dollars from the likes of Harvard Business School, Adidas, American Express and, you can’t make this shit up, the US government. Read about it here. – Bob Hoffman, The Ad Contrarian
Ben, Brett and Jordan Meiselas have big plans to expand their media reach to counter Fox News. Since the Spring, Since the Spring, they have raised more than US$3 million in donations; grown from web-only videos to national television ads; turned a limited series on SiriusXM’s progressive politics station into a podcast deal with the digital giant, and are launching a student-run initiative called MeidasUniversity to encourage progressive advocacy on campuses across the country. – Ashley Cullins, The Hollywood Reporter
In a strongly-worded letter, the human rights NGO said that Google is “incentivised to merge and aggregate data across its different platforms” as a consequence of its surveillance-based business model. – ET Telecom
Australia’s parliament will launch an inquiry into media ownership, a prominent senator said, after more than half a million people signed a petition demanding a probe into Rupert Murdoch’s dominance of the news industry.
The online petition attracted a record number of signatories after being launched on October 12 by former Labor Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, a frequent target of newspapers controlled by Murdoch’s News Corp.
Separately, Al Jazeera focusses on Murdoch media’s climate-change disinformation advocacy.
Three remarkable actress – Academy Award-winners Meryl Streep and Dianne Wiest, and Emmy Award-winner Candice Bergen – share the screen in a new film by director Steven Soderbergh, “Let Them All Talk,” an exercise in improvisation, in which its actors were required to create much of the dialogue themselves. Correspondent Rita Braver talks with the trio about the rarity of starring in a major Hollywood film about three women in their 70s.
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