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Postmedia Network Canada reports $5.8 million profit

Postmedia Network Canada's Q1 numbers reported a $5.8 million profit, when released late last week. Despite those numbers, revenues and print advertising demonstrated a retreat...

Nominations for future newspapers leaders competition now open

Editor & Publisher magazine wants to recognize the next generation of newspaper publishing leaders. Once again, they are running their 'Publishing Leaders - 25 Under 35'...

Moose Jaw Express moves into new building

This week marked a new beginning in the former Moose Jaw Times Herald building. The paper closed last month, bringing a 128-year history to...

Community newspaper awards coming soon

Over the last two weeks, we've received a number of inquiries from concerned callers about this year's Canadian Community Newspaper Awards. Fear not! The 2018...

Disputes over newsprint could be latest ‘disruption’ for newspaper industry

The U.S. Department of Commerce has recently applied a new tariff on Canadian newsprint. The tariff, amounting to more than 6.5 per cent on about...

Statistics show Federal Government ad spending on newspapers decreasing over time

Based on the most recent annual report on advertising from the Federal Government, only 5.5 per cent of the total media spend was allocated...

Finding the optimal mix between ‘new’ and ‘old’ media

In today’s media landscape finding the most effective combination of media can be challenging. That's why the Advertising Research Foundation has undertaken a study...

Member survey for Canadian Newspaper Industry Profile due January 31

Canadian journalism and the newspaper industry are in crisis. As an industry, we need to work together to support Canadians’ continued access to real...

Metroland Media Toronto appoints Georgia Balogiannis as Editor-in-Chief

Balogiannis will direct editorial strategy for the Toronto newsroom, which is responsible for the city’s eight community newspapers with a strong digital focus through...

Saskatchewan community will continue to be served by weekly newspaper

Last month, when the Waterfront Regional Star published its final issue, there was concern that Lumsden, Sask. and the area southwest of Last Mountain...