ABC fall numbers good news for some newspapers

The Audit Bureau of Circulations released its fall circulation numbers this week and the news is good for a number of daily newspapers. The...

Canada falls in press freedom ranking

Reporters Without Borders has published its annual World Press Freedom Index and for the second year in a row, Canada has dropped in its...

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...

Research proves hard news pays

Serious, long-form journalism is more profitable online than pop-culture content, according to a new study from California-based research company, Perfect Market, Inc. The Summer...

NADbank: Daily newspapers reach 77% of adults

NADbank’s latest readership numbers confirm that daily newspapers continue to be a vital source of news, information and entertainment for consumers in seven of...

ComBase: Coming soon for media planners

Seventy four percent of Canadians read their local newspaper according to the most recent findings from ComBase.  Media planners and buyers will soon have...

Create added value for your advertisers

CNA and CCNA members are invited to participate in the Small and Medium Business survey currently managed by the American Press Institute and ITZ...

ComBase results available to media planners on October 15

On October 15, 2010 data from the most recent ComBase study will be released electronically through Nielsen IMS and Telmar HMS.  Both companies will...

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...