The 47th episode of Press Gazette’s Future of Media Explained podcast features an interview with Paul Deegan, the president and chief executive of News Media Canada.
As head of an organisation that represents 560 news companies, Deegan has been at the forefront of the push for Canada’s Online News Act, which looks set to force Google and Facebook to pay for publishers’ journalism.
In an interview with Press Gazette’s William Turvill, Deegan speaks about how the Online News Act came into existence, how Google and Facebook have responded, and what publishers in other countries can learn from Canada’s experience.
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