Grant Ainsley writes about things in the news media that interest him. Hopefully they’ll interest you too.
Now that the fuss over whether people writing stories for Alberta's War Room has died down, we need to question whether others really are unbiased reporters and journalists?
We're two weeks away from a new year (and a new decade), so it's a great time to look back at my most popular blogs of the the year.
Twitter has been used for years for politicians to take shots at competitors from other parties. Now it's being used to criticize politicians from different levels of government. Here's why it's wrong.
We have fallen in love with our phones. We spend more time with them than our families and a balance needs to be found.
If Prince Andrew did much preparation for his recent train wreck of a media interview, it didn't show.
Difficult discussions in the workplace are the worst. They're stressful and awkward, but if you follow this process, they'll be easier to handle.
Radio news in Canada looks very little today like it did 30-years ago and that's not a good thing.
Organizations used to lean on the news media to tell their story. Now social media is a much better way to have your story told.
An MLS coach didn't like a reporter's question and told him to get lost. Here's what he should have said.
The election campaign is over. It was nasty and several unwritten rules were broken along the way.
With the federal election less than a week away, it's clear who's corner Canada's daily newspapers are in.
Much of the discussion during the federal election campaign is about how the news media is covering it. Maybe we should just stick to the issues?
Here's why I like the DJI Osmo Pocket. It's tiny, but powerful and has some great features.
WWE wrestler Lacey Evans fooled everyone with a cellphone video on the weekend. Well, almost everyone.
The behaviour of some people on social media is deplorable and a lesson in manners and respect is well overdue.
Was a racist rant printed in last weekend's Vancouver Sun an honest mistake, or was in part of something much more sinister?
The fear of speaking in public is real, but if you do these two things, you'll feel a lot better.
Consumers can now fight back when they get bad service or buy a poor product, but what do you do when your company hasn't done anything wrong?
When should a politician or business leader apologize and how should they do it? Well, it's tricky.
You've made a pitch on behalf of your company and now you need to take questions. Stop sweating - here are some tips to help.
Last Friday, people living in an Edmonton-area condo complex were given 30-minutes to move out. Here's why this is one condo crisis too many.
The RCMP shutting down a news conference before it was over was another case of terrible optics for the force.
I recently flew to Saint Lucia and back and now realize some airline passengers should take lessons on etiquette before boarding.
Later this month, it will be 50 years since the Apollo 11 mission to the moon. I remember when man first walked on the moon and what I was listening to on the radio.