Ad spending to increase in 2011

Advertising sales in print newspapers were up 2.3% in 2010 and are predicted to increase another 1.5% in 2011 according to the latest global...

Research: Digital ad spending continues to grow globally

Ad spending continues to grow globally, with  digital driving most of the growth.  According to eMarketer, worldwide digital ad spending will account for about half...

ABC Study: Going Mobile

More and more print publishers are capitalizing on new opportunities offered by the mobile market according to a new survey performed by the Audit...

Q3 2014 Linage Report now available

The Q3 2014 linage report and Run of Press spreadsheet are now available online. There are 52 newspapers participating in the Linage program for...

Statcan releases Q1 2015 retail sales; up almost 2% over last...

Statistics Canada has released Q1 2015 retail sales figures, reporting $108.6 billion in the first quarter, up 1.9% from the first quarter of 2014....

2010 reports are good news for the industry

The health of the daily newspaper industry continues to improve according to year-end linage and revenue data released by the Canadian Newspaper Association. Total...

Crowd-sourced report highlights Canadians’ vision for privacy

OpenMedia has partnered with Canadian Journalists for Free Expression to launch Canada’s Privacy Plan, a crowdsourced report that provides various recommendations for improving privacy...

Newspaper sites reach Internet users

Over 100 million unique visitors visited newspaper websites in September 2010, according to a comScore study commissioned by the Newspaper Association of America. The...

Newspapers Canada releases Q1 2014 linage report

The Q1 2014 linage report and Run of Press spreadsheet are now available online. There are 51 newspapers participating in the Linage program for...

The importance of trusted news sources during an election

This past summer, Vividata, in partnership with Kantar, released the Canadian Trust in News Study. This study examined how Canadians feel about their news...