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Slow journalism not the solution to news fatigue: research

‘Slow journalism’ or the consumption of news at a slower, more in-depth pace has become more popular over the past decade or so according...

Why Google dominates advertising markets

News Media Canada is happy to share with all members are forthcoming journal article written by Dina Srinivasan. The article focuses on the many...

How Google abuses its position as a dominant platform to strong-arm...

This White Paper, published earlier this year by the U.S.-based News Media Alliance examines many areas where the strength and size of Google (negatively)...

Where do social media users get their news?

The Reuters Digital News Report, which studied people age 18 and up, found that while Twitter currently is a top source for news and...

Research shows how readers access newspaper content

According to Vividata’s Fall 2019 study, Boomers are more likely to access digital newspaper content directly, while Millennials navigate through social media and search. Baby...

Canada’s aging population could result in opportunities for small and medium...

An aging population means changes to our economy and opportunities for businesses, including newspapers. Consumption patterns change with age and some industries will perform...

Statistics Canada data shows rise in digital advertising dollars

As the newspaper publishing industry continues its digital transition, digital advertising sales grew by 20.8% from 2016 to 2018, reaching $295.6 million. However, this increase was not enough to...

Canadian data from 2018 Digital News Report released

The Canadian results from the 2018 Digital News Report confirm that Canadians have a positive opinion of the work by news media in Canada, particularly for...

Research shows time spent with media in Canada is almost 10...

eMarketer’s report on Time Spent with Media 2019 finds that Canadians spend almost the same amount of time with traditional and digital media.  Total time spent daily...

The Power of Printed Newspapers: A study from the Alberta Weekly...

Media habits differ between major urban centres and non-urban communities, and this is no different in Alberta. In July 2018 the AWNA commissioned research to understand...