Upcoming Media Credit Conference will inspire collaboration among all media

The Newspapers Canada Media Credit Conference will be held on May 15-16, 2013 at the Delta Markham Hotel in Toronto, ON. The annual credit...

Upcoming webinar showcases NNA-winning multimedia features

Newspapers Canada’s webinar training program returns next week with the first installment of our Winners’ Circle Series. Join us on October 9 as winners...

Upcoming webinar highlights award-winning youth engagement initiatives

Today's youth are tomorrow's newsmedia consumers, and what better way to learn about engaging the next generation than to see the best examples of...

Newspaper Training: How to Write an Editorial Page that Reflects Your...

Energized newspapers are at the foundation of energized communities. Community newspapers – whether delivering information in the print, on the web or in social...

This Week’s Featured Course on Newspaper Training: How to Design Your...

Good newspaper design, like small children, should be seen but not heard. That is, the reader should not be all that aware of the...

This week featured course on Newspaper Training: How to Optimize Your...

If you imagine your community as akin to the wheel of a bicycle, you want its newspaper to function as the all-important hub with...

This Week’s Featured Course on Newspaper Training: How to Use Data...

Data journalism, or computer-assisted reporting, reflects a different sort of story-telling, one that supplements, enhances and can even replace the traditional words-on-a-page news report...

Toronto Sun Launches the Fore-cast Podcast

Postmedia and Toronto Sun are pleased to announce the launch of The Fore-Cast, a new weekly podcast specifically designed for golf enthusiasts and those...

Research: The truth builds trust

Earlier this year NewsMediaWorks, the Australian industry association, released the 3rd study into ADTRUST, revealing insights into consumer trust in media and the ads placed there. ...

Upcoming webinar: Business Law Basics for Reporters

What happens when a company goes broke? What happens to the investors, the employees, the bosses, the suppliers, the lenders? Why does it take...