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New readership research highlights – Moms: Flick and ClickHERS

New research from Newspapers Canada demonstrates that women with children read newspapers in all formats: print, website, tablet and phone. But in particular, Moms...

NADbank releases new readership research on Canadian daily newspapers

Nearly 80 percent of Canadians read a print and/or online version of a daily newspaper according to the latest research released by the Newspaper...

Research summary: Newspaper Readers—Embracers

Newspapers Canada has just launched new research highlighting how, when and what information is sourced from Canadian newspaper brands across different devices: print, online,...

Snapshot 2011 shows the strength of community newspapers

Newspapers Canada has created a new two-page PDF showcasing the latest research on community newspaper readership, circulation, advertising, ownership and more. Snapshot 2011 gives...

NADbank: Canadian daily newspaper readership remains strong

Readership of daily newspapers, both in print and online, continues to remain stable across the country according to the latest readership study from the...

Study shows Americans rely on newspapers for local news

Americans turn to newspapers, both in print and online, more often for a wider range of information than any other news source, according to...

NADbank launches integrated newspaper planning tool

NADbank (Newspaper Audience Database) has introduced the first single-source, cross-platform planning tool for the Canadian media industry. In releasing the new program, NADbank...

CCNA delays readership study

The Canadian Community Newspapers Association's proposed national readership study project has been delayed. The study will not be proceeding at this time because the...

NADbank releases full 2010 Study Results

On a daily basis, more Canadian adults access daily newspaper websites than other media websites according to the most recent data from the Newspaper...

PEW report: Navigating News Online

The PEW Research Centre recently conducted an in-depth study designed to understand how readers navigate the digital news environment. The study examines where news consumers...