I'm primarily a radio person. Always have been.
Podcasts follow closely.
I learn a lot from the panels on https://monocle.com
. Not all of their programming is available by podcast so I try to catch them when they're being broadcast on CBC.
within the monocle group, I'm particularly fond of https://monocle.com/radio/shows/the-urbanist/
When I can I listen to CBC Overnight programming
CBC OVERNIGHT features a schedule of exceptional programming curated from CBC Radio One programming and broadcasters around the world. It's your opportunity to hear different voices, stories and viewpoints. Current contributing broadcasters include the BBC World Service, Monocle, Radio Australia, Germany's Deutsche Welle, Public Radio International and Ireland's RTE.
I particularly like Deutsche Welle's African news features.
PRI pulls in good guests - https://www.pri.org/programs/the-world
I don't use the internet as a primary news source - I use the internet to research things that I'm curious about - where I'm looking for more facts. Surveys/polls interest me.
I watch tv extremely rarely - it is not a source of news for me at all. I sometimes go months between tv watching moments.
There are some magazines I look at that have online presences that I enjoy - again, rarely a main source, though nymag occasionally has good primary/breaking news.
Generally I follow CBC Radio One for breaking news - then follow it up with Reuters, Bloomberg, the Guardian and CBC News online.