Ontario Newspaper Awards deadline is fast approaching

The deadline for submissions to this year's Ontario Newspaper Awards competition is less than two weeks away. All applications must be submitted by January 30,...

Yukon News newspaper welcomes new publisher

Stephanie Newsome is the new publisher of the Yukon News. She replaces Mike Thomas, who took over as publisher after the Yukon News was...

Local Matters

News Media Canada has developed a new campaign for 2019 (“Proud Advertiser”) that is designed to remind advertisers and consumers that supporting LOCAL makes a...

Frequency in newspaper advertising matters

In order to effectively advertise a brand's message, advertisers need to reach consumers multiple times to build familiarity. This is called 'frequency'. Determining the right...

TV ad spend down despite high consumption: study

TV isn’t getting the praise it deserves, according to Warc’s most recently Global Ad Trends, which shows TV’s reach as being close to 100%...

Saskatchewan town and city councils pushing for less transparency

The issue of public notice is surfacing again in the province of Saskatchewan.  Some SK town and city councils are attempting to end the...

This week’s featured course on Newspaper Training: Getting the Goods —...

News reporters in the old days were depicted by Hollywood, probably accurately, as pushy and persistent. In a world in which so much of...

‘We’re not that legacy dinosaur’

As widely reported, Postmedia Network Canada Corp. has announced that Andrew MacLeod has been named the company’s new chief executive officer, part of a...

Plan ahead! Your 2019 events calendar has been updated

With a new year comes all sorts of interesting conferences, awards galas, webinars, and other events. News Media Canada has updated its events calendar...

Why print is the new digital

In a new blog post at INMA, Stuart Howie, a former editorial director with Fairfax Media in Australia explains why print still matters. 1. Print =...