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Canadians trust newspaper advertisements: study

Canadian research from the recent study, Community Newspapers Drive Results 2017 confirms that printed and digital newspapers are considered the most trusted media for...

Community newspaper readers prefer print

New research from News Media Canada confirms that community newspaper readers access content in print, on computers, smartphones and tablets.  Print is their platform...

New Research: Community Newspapers Drive Results 2017

News Media Canada is pleased to release the 2017 follow up study that profiles community newspaper readers, explores engagement with printed and digital community...

**Updated** Daily newspapers ownership listing

With the news of last week's news of The Chronicle Herald's acquisition of Transcontinental's newspapers, and websites in Atlantic Canada, News Media Canada has...

Upcoming Webinars: Community Newspapers Drive Results 2017

The official release date of this year's data from our annual Community Newspapers Drive Results study will be on Friday, April 21. The study...

Study finds social media users not interested in buying

Recent research from eMarketer demonstrates how Facebook users engage with ads. One key finding: many consumers just aren’t interesting in buying something while they...

Media consumption on the rise in Canada

The amount of time spent consuming media is on the rise across the world, new research shows. Data compiled from 2011 to 2016 from eMarketer...

Community newspaper readers are multi-platform

Community newspaper readers access newspaper content across multiple platforms, including print, websites, tablets and smartphones, research shows. Local information is the number one reason for...

Majority of Canadians get their online news from traditional media sites

Research conducted for Public Policy Forum’s report The Shattered Mirror, finds that more than 70 per cent of Canadians are accessing traditional media websites as...

Google and Facebook dominate Canadian digital advertising market

Data from the Canadian Media Concentration Project at Carleton University, shows that Google’s share of the Canadian digital market is almost 10 times that...