Print more popular with consumers than social media

Reading print media is a more important activity than social networking for British consumers, according to the latest study from Ofcom, an independent regulator...

CCNA releases new data on community newspaper advertising revenue

Total advertising revenue for Canadian community newspapers in 2009 was $1.19 billion according to the latest year-end report commissioned by the CCNA. Data was...

World press trends: Ad revenues to increase, circulation relatively stable

The World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) has released its annual world press trends update. According to the report, world-wide newspaper circulation...

Increasing ad revenues

Media-buying group ZenithOptimedia has raised its worldwide advertising growth estimate again, this time to a 3.5% hike in 2010 over the year before, citing...

Reading printed newspaper the greener choice in Europe

According to a recent KTH Centre report, reading an online newspaper for 30 minutes is more harmful to the environment than reading a printed...

CNA releases 2010 circ rates comparison report

The 2010 Circulation Rates and Data Analysis report has been released by the Canadian Newspaper Association. A new Digital Edition Survey included in the...

Snapshot of Canadian Internet users

More than 8 out of 10 Canadians accessed the internet on a regular basis in 2009 – according to the data released by Statistics...

ComBase launches 2008-2009 study results

Readership remains strong with 74% of adults reading their community newspaper TORONTO, January 11, 2010 - The Canadian Community Newspaper Database Corporation (ComBase) today announced...

77% of Canadians reading newspapers

The release of the latest readership data for Canada's six major markets is good news for newspapers - readership of both online and printed...

Retail outlook not so bad

By Drew Halfnight Even as analysts continue to predict a “sobering” holiday season for Canadian retailers, two sets of numbers surfaced this week that paint...