Producer who left Canada’s national broadcaster says independent media represents future of journalism


After Donald Trump was elected in 2016, the media turned to a form of political activism spurred on by Twitter being used as a ‘watering hole for liberal opinion,’ Tara Henley argues.

Tara Henley

by Anthony Murdoch


March 28, 2023

OTTAWA (LifeSiteNews) – A former producer who last year left her job with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) because of its “radical political agenda,” said the future of Canadian journalism lies with independent media outlets that don’t have a liberal bias.

Speaking at the Canada Strong and Free Network (CSFN) National Conference last Thursday in Ottawa, Tara Henley said that independent media is successfully reaching Canadians by offering a different viewpoint on stories.

The legacy media “numbers” are not “great” right now and “independent media is booming,” Henley said.

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  1. Yes, it is a sad state of affairs when we can no longer trust the legacy media for a balanced approach to the news. The National Post has a right-of-centre approach to the news. Perhaps people should read this newspaper and just avoid the broadcast media. Some of the social media sites can be suspect. At least with a newspaper it can be subject to libel laws.

  2. The Post is like the joke about a guy who found a cinderblock with ropes attached beside a well. He picked it up and threw it down the well to hear the splash. All of a sudden 6 goats appeared out of nowhere and all jumped head first into the well. What a strange place this is he thought. Just like the Post that pulled most of Canadas newspapers into the black hole of debt that Conrad and his ilk had created.


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