Attention metrics prove digital ads work

The U.K.-based Telegraph newspaper has taken a big step in proving that their advertisements work by improving their measurement capabilities...

Canadian publishers call for Canadian government to tackle Google/Facebook monopoly

No Government Funds or Consumer Taxes Needed Address Monopolistic Dominance of Web Giants Levelling the Digital Playing Field,...

U.S. Justice Department sues Google for antitrust violations

Earlier today, the United States Justice Department announced that it was suing Google over antitrust violations, the Associated Press...
National Newspaper Week 2020 Collection - Masks

Calling all members! Win a ‘Champion the Truth’ face mask

National Newspaper Week 2020 took place from October 4 to October 10, 2020, with almost 400 newspapers participating in the...

This Week’s Featured Course on Newspaper Training: How to Use Mobile Video for Newspaper...

With the evolution of mobile phone technology, it is now possible to record, edit and broadcast video straight from...
NNW2020 - National Ad Campaign

Thank you for supporting National Newspaper Week 2020!

The National Newspaper Week 2020 campaign this year ran from Sunday October 4 to Saturday October 10, 2020, and the...

No Frills brings back printed flyers after drop in visits

In April 2020, parent company Loblaw announced that it was permanently discontinuing printed flyers at No Frills and the...

IAB Canada releases domestic news list

IAB Canada has announced the release of its Canadian News Media List project. This first of its kind project...

Google must talk to French publishers about paying for their content, court says

In a court decision that could have international implications, a French appeals court has ruled that Google must open...

How The Globe and Mail’s first party data cuts cookies out of the mix

The cookie crunch is definitely on everyone’s radar – from advertiser to publisher. All parties are evaluating how to...