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Fact Sheet: Newspapers are trusted and true

In early 2018 News Media Canada conducted research to explore the relationship Canadians have with media and trust.  Download this fact sheet that...

Trust in media transcends basic attention metrics: research

It is no surprise that Canadian news consumers favour traditional media over digital sources.  Canadian news audiences place high levels...

In their own words: Readers support newspapers

During National Newspaper Week at the beginning of October we asked Canadians to pledge their support for the newspaper industry.  More...

Postmedia reduces print schedule for Northern papers

Residents of Sudbury, North Bay, Sault Ste. Marie and Timmins will soon see a reduction in the amount of...

This week’s featured course on Newspaper Training: How to Use Data and Geoinformatics for...

Data journalism, or computer-assisted reporting, reflects a different sort of story-telling, one that supplements, enhances and can even replace...

Is TV’s reign nearing its end?

Averaging almost 8 hours a day, people around the world spend more time consuming media than ever before. That’s...

The short story of how a printed newspaper in Moosomin, SK, is thriving

In Moosomin, a small town of 3,000 Saskatchewan residents, print is still alive and well for their community newspaper, The...

Newspapers make change and inspire difference, by telling the stories of your community

The Caledon Enterprise recently published an excellent piece that addressed how community newspapers act as the bedrock of their...

The Globe and Mail creates e-commerce store for the holidays

Looking for the perfect gift for a lover of journalism this holiday season? This past weekend, the Globe and...

Financial Post launches innovation series

Postmedia Network Inc. has announced the launch of an in-depth, ongoing examination of innovation in Canada and what Canadian...