Ink & Beyond Video: Angus Reid

Veteran pollster Angus Reid believes rich online surveys are ushering in a "golden age" for market research. The CEO of Vision Critical says visual...

The Hamilton Spectator’s Nicole O’Reilly and the Toronto Star’s Daniel Dale...

Two young journalists, Daniel Dale and Nicole O'Reilly, were awarded Friday morning with the Hon. Edward Goff Penny Memorial Prize for Young Canadian Journalists. The...

Good news for people who love bad news

Journalists are used to bad news--both on the job, and about their jobs. But this year's Canadian Newspaper Association Ink + Beyond conference ended...

Panel discussion of newspaper business model generates plenty of questions, few...

The final day of the 2010 Ink and Beyond conference opened early with a panel discussion among four financial experts who weighed in on...

The global digital transformation of newspapers

Robb Montgomery, CEO and founder of Visual Editors, brought the world to the editors and publishers at CNA's Ink and Beyond conference Friday morning....

Lessons from Motor City

What do the newspaper industry and the automotive industry have in common? A lot, apparently. There's the obvious fact that both industries have taken a huge...

From black and white flyers to full-colour websites

When Len Kubas started working at the Toronto Star's circulation department in 1969, ads were mostly black and white and the big department stores...

Hyperlocal reporting, mobile technology key to community building

People are desperate to connect, even as there is less time to do so. That's what John Futhey, managing director of community and specialty sites...

The new newsroom: How hyperlocal “news cafes” are taking the Czech...

While newspapers scramble to figure out how to turn a profit in a quickly evolving industry, a small group of Czech publications might just...

Getting readers and advertisers

It's a simple equation that guides most newspapers: more readers equals higher advertising rates equals more money. A second equation has become ever-more prevalent as...