Clarification: Globe and Mail distributing new bi-monthly magazine

Please note that in regards to our previous story, "Globe and Mail launches new bi-monthly magazine," the new supplemental magazine What Makes You Happy...

The Globe and Mail distributes new bi-monthly magazine

Starting this month, The Globe and Mail will distribute a new magazine supplement to home subscribers titled What Makes You Happy. The editorial content...

Toronto Star launches editorial board podcast

Every Wednesday, members of the Toronto Star’s editorial board will host a discussion on the issues of the day for a new podcast initiative...

La Presse unveils new branding strategy across all platforms

French daily La Presse has renamed its online site Cyberpresse to LaPresse.ca in an effort to unify the branding for its print, online and...

Torstar to launch The Kit in print on September 8

Torstar  will release the first print edition of online beauty and fashion magazine The Kit during the first week of September to coincide with...

Photo Showcase: Send us your outstanding images!

Newspapers Canada invites all CNA-member daily newspapers to submit images for a photo showcase in the upcoming October/November edition of The Publisher. Enter your outstanding...

CMCA members: Managing your circulation during the postal lockout

JUNE 23, 2011 - Canadian Media Circulation Audit (CMCA) members are asked to use the following circulation reporting procedures for any issues of your...

Free classified ads in The Publisher available for CNA/CCNA members

Looking to grow your business? The Publisher, the bi-monthly trade journal of the Canadian newspaper industry, provides complimentary want ads for all members of...

Submit your best images for The Publisher’s photo showcase

Newspapers Canada invites CCNA-member community newspapers to submit images for a photo showcase in the upcoming August/September edition of The Publisher. Enter your outstanding...

National peer-review program for community newspapers

The Ontario Community Newspapers Association (OCNA) is inviting community newspapers from across Canada to participate in the 2011 Community Newspaper Review. The peer-review program provides...