Community newspapers circulate almost 19 million copies each week in Canada

As of June 2017, more than 1,000 community newspapers in Canada circulate almost 19 million copies. That's just one of the key pieces of...

New industry campaign ads now available

News Media Canada has a just released a new industry ad campaign entitled 'What Happens When You Don't Advertise?' The stable of ads is now...

Three in ten adults read newspaper content in print and digital

More Canadians are embracing technology to read newspaper content, and they are doing this while still reading in print. Three out of ten adults (30...

New research shows adults embracing technology to receive newspaper content

Almost nine of ten Canadians (85%) read a newspaper on any platform each week, new research shows. Updated research from News Media Canada confirms that...

Redesigned industry ads now available

News Media Canada is pleased to offer members redesigned and updated industry advertisements. These ads, currently available only in English, cover a number of areas....

‘Ten Tweetable Truths’ fact sheet updated

Readers choose printed community newspapers for everything local as well as advertising! That’s just one of the ten Tweetable truths highlighted in the updated fact...

Frequency in newspapers works: presentation

To effectively advertise a brand's message, advertisers need to reach consumers multiple times in order to build familiarity. Explore the concept of 'frequency' in this...

They’re here: News Media Canada house ads now available

The time has come. A few weeks ago, we recently rolled out our splashy new logo. Now, we've got more treats for you, our...

Marketers seek greater transparency for digital ads

Digital ad fraud is a significant global problem affecting open exchanges as well as premium and private exchanges. This benchmark study, done with online fraud...

Community newspaper readers are engaged: presentation

The printed community newspaper continues to hold the position of favourite source of local news and information in communities large and small across Canada. ...