No print, no private owners, fewer problems? Quebec’s 134-year-old La Presse is going nonprofit

Date: Wednesday May 9, 2018

Nieman Lab

This model of ‘journalism as non-profit’ buys time, but it isn’t necessarily a long-term solution, especially not on its own. Read what PPF’s President and CEO Edward Greenspon told Nieman Labs following LaPresse announcement that it was going to become a non-profit entity. Last year’s Shattered Mirror is cited as it suggested this model should be made easier through changes to what type of organizations can get charitable status.

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