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New media brings new readers

For Greg Mercer, It’s all about the reader. At 34, Mercer has accomplished himself as a writer, columnist, national award winning journalist and a reporter with the Waterloo Region Record. “Things have changed quickly at The Record,” Mercer said. “There’s definitely more of a rush to get things done. It’s a balancing act really, to […]

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From the ring to the web

With the world of professional wrestling in the peak of its internet presence, how can one person set themselves aside as an authority on the subject? Tom Holzerman – 33 – keeps his followers updated on the latest news, backstage information and matches. The husband and father wears glasses and fashions a brown goatee. He […]

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From Print to Posts

Ron Nurwisah has seen it all. The social media editor at Huffington Post has been hit with everything from media scrums to G20 riots in his quest to cover Toronto, Canada and the world’s breaking news. But not all from the safety of his desk. Nurwisah comes into work all smiles with stories and opinions […]

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Daredevil still from Netflix Marvel series. Courtesy of Netflix and Marvel.

Limitless Daredevil meets limitless Netflix

Superhero Daredevil has a violent no-holds barred approach to fighting crime. So it’s fitting that Netflix, not bound by traditional network TV standards, is releasing one of the grittiest comic book adaptions ever produced. As of 12:01am this morning, all 13 episodes of the Marvel-produced series were released by the paid subscription movie service Netflix […]

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