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Social media inaccurate despite being popular U.S. news source

For the first time social media has beaten out print as an avenue for news consumption for adults in the United States, according to...

Alberta Press Council shuts its doors

The Alberta Press Council ceased to exist effective December 31, 2019. The Alberta Press Council, which has been in operation since 1972, was an independent...

Former CCNA director Neil Thom passes away

Neil Thom, former director of the Canadian Community Newspapers Association and past president of the Saskatchewan Weekly Newspapers Association, has died. He was 56...

Postmedia titles in Calgary see spike in engagement

One of the ideas the Calgary Herald and Calgary Sun implemented last year to encourage print readership was to dive into issues that matter to new residents in...

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...

Trust in media transcends basic attention metrics: research

It is no surprise that Canadian news consumers favour traditional media over digital sources.  Canadian news audiences place high levels of trust in newspapers and...

The short story of how a printed newspaper in Moosomin, SK,...

In Moosomin, a small town of 3,000 Saskatchewan residents, print is still alive and well for their community newspaper, The World-Spectator. The November 26, 2018 edition...

The Globe and Mail creates e-commerce store for the holidays

Looking for the perfect gift for a lover of journalism this holiday season? This past weekend, the Globe and Mail launched a pop-up e-commerce...

Financial Post launches innovation series

Postmedia Network Inc. has announced the launch of an in-depth, ongoing examination of innovation in Canada and what Canadian companies need to survive and...

So what exactly is ‘fake news’? It depends, according to Canadians

Results from a new survey on what exactly constitutes 'fake news' reveals that Canadians are divided on what it actually means. According to Global News,...