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Media trust has increased in Canada

A new survey suggests Canadians remain skeptical of their country’s media and institutions, but traditional news outlets are faring much better in 2018 than...

Baby Boomers are undervalued by marketers, research finds

Baby Boomers, one of Canada’s largest demographic groups, account for a large share of consumer spending.  Although Millennials get most of the attention these...

Digital growth slow for newspapers and magazines: study

Vividata’s latest quarterly readership study shows that although some of Canada’s newspapers and magazines have seen digital growth, much of that growth has been modest...

Family Literacy Day 2018 is this right around the corner

Have you heard? This Saturday, January 27th, is Family Literacy Day. To celebrate, ABC Life Literacy Canada hosts Family Literacy Day, the largest national family literacy event...

Nominations for future newspaper 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'...

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...

Updated Statistics Canada data on newspaper publishers

Statistics Canada has published updated information available on the newspaper industry based on the year 2016. Industry data includes revenue, operating expenses, advertising revenue and...

65 journalists killed in 2017, 326 in prison

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is releasing its annual round-up of violence and abuses against journalists throughout the world. A total of 65 journalists were...

2017 National Newspaper Awards competition now open

The National Newspaper Awards (NNAs) is now accepting entries for its 2017 competition. The contest will remain open until Jan. 15, 2018. To be eligible,...

Open letter urges Ottawa to help media in digital transition

A coalition of Quebec newspapers has published an open letter to the federal government to intervene and and take steps to ensure the future...