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This Week’s Featured Course on Newspaper Training: How to Create Podcasts for Your Newspaper

They are relatively new and most news reporters do not have much, if any, experience with them, but podcasts...

Local Journalism Initiative: We’re here to help

If you are a news media publisher in Quebec or Ontario, or a publisher of Indigenous news media, the...

Why the Local Journalism Initiative is right for you

A healthy democracy depends on a plurality of voices and an abundant supply of civic engagement. Local media are...
Local Journalism Initiative

Local Journalism Initiative boosts coverage of Indigenous issues

The Brandon Sun recently received funding from the Government of Canada's Local Journalism Initiative to hire an Indigenous beat...

Torstar hires new senior VP editorial

Wayne Parrish, an award-winning reporter, editor, and digital media leader, is Torstar’s new senior vice-president editorial. Parrish, 64, who won...

Canadian Journalism Foundation opens competition for excellence in journalism

The Canadian Journalism Foundation is now accepting submissions for the CJF Jackman Award for Excellence in Journalism, which honours...

Where are ads most effective?

Recent research from News Media Canada confirms that ads in printed newspapers have the highest effectiveness score. Readers notice printed newspaper ads...

2018 Advertising volumes report now available

Ad spending in Canada grew more than 4% in 2019 to $16 billion.  Meanwhile, the 2018 Net Advertising Volumes...

This Week’s Featured Course on Newspaper Training: How to Cover Bad News Using Good...

Arguably, the toughest part of any job in journalism is exercising the right judgment with respect to news coverage. So...

Canada’s aging population could result in opportunities for small and medium sized businesses

An aging population means changes to our economy and opportunities for businesses, including newspapers. Consumption patterns change with age...