This Week’s Featured Course on Newspaper Training: How Listicles Can Drive Readership

Listicles and Charticles and Clickbait, Oh, my! This definitely was not part of your grandfather’s lexicon. But, in the...

This Week’s Featured Course on Newspaper Training: Getting the Goods — Writing Local News...

News reporters in the old days were depicted by Hollywood, probably accurately, as pushy and persistent. In a world...

No News on News next week

It's officially August - and that means your weekly dose of News on News will be taking a short...

You can now listen to Globe and Mail articles in three languages

On July 30th, the Globe and Mail launched a new audio feature that offers a new way to engage...

Journals, Sun to merge into one print edition

Readers of the Melfort and Nipawin Journals along with the regional paper, the Northeast Sun, are seeing a new...

Quality news sites get ‘halo effect’ on ad viewability

The World Media Group claims the research shows advertising on "quality journalism" sites has had a "halo effect" as...

Local information drives community newspaper readership

News Media Canada continue to explore the reasons for reading community newspapers and one thing never changes: Local information...

Call for Nominations Code of Silence Award for Outstanding Achievement in Government Secrecy

The Canadian Association of Journalists, the Centre for Free Expression, News Media Canada and the Canadian Journalists for Free...

This Week’s Featured Course on Newspaper Training: How to Use Social Media to Enhance...

For newspapers, social media has proven both a blessing and curse. And it is too early to decide which...

Apply today for an EPPY Award

The EPPYTM Awards, presented by Editor & Publisher, honor the best media-affiliated websites across 30 diverse categories. Now in its 24th year, this...