A journalist’s lament for the newspaper industry’s decline of
audience trust – with innovative prescriptions for
what needs to change.



"The best book on Canadian journalism I've ever read."

– Allan Bass, Canadian Association of Journalists

“It’s an astonishing book. In many ways it's like eavesdropping on editors or reporters as they swap stories about newsroom politics. Except these stories are well substantiated with facts, figures and on the record interviews.”

– Gillian Steward, Media magazine