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Canadian Online Publishing Awards

Do you think your team produces the best online news coverage? Submit your entries now for the second annual Canadian Online Publishing Awards, recognizing...

Extra awards: last chance

Open to all (newspapers, creative agencies, media planners, freelancers, etc.), the Extra Awards celebrate outstanding advertising in newspapers and their online sites. Deadline for...

Conference Summary: Interactive Media

Editor and Publisher hosted its 2010 Interactive Media Conference on June 16 and 17. Over two dozen speakers from U.S. and international media companies,...

The Gazette puts its best foot forward for World Cup coverage

The Gazette is celebrating the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa by airing entertaining videos that highlight the obsession many people have with...

The global digital transformation of newspapers

Robb Montgomery, CEO and founder of Visual Editors, brought the world to the editors and publishers at CNA's Ink and Beyond conference Friday morning....

Hyperlocal reporting, mobile technology key to community building

People are desperate to connect, even as there is less time to do so. That's what John Futhey, managing director of community and specialty sites...

Ink begone, digital must come first: Paton

The biggest investment newspapers are going to have to make to transform is in IT support. At least that's what more than 200 Canadian...

Newspaper Association of America Conference: Topline

  More than ever this conference focused on the future which mainly meant digital. Some speakers provided strategic insights while others provided practical, revenue driven...

Digital Frontline: Making The Media More Social

Chatter About Social Media Heats Up Social media seems to be everywhere. At any conference, event, or nearly any discussion about the media industry, the...

Huffington advocates for impact journalism

Influential website founder Arianna Huffington advocated for impact journalism and called on the media (old and new) to be accountable during a speech in...