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With a federal election soon to be called, Newspapers Canada has answers to some common questions about election laws. It should be noted that these rules only take effect after an election has been called. Read on to learn about advertising blackout periods during the campaign, restrictions on election ads, reporting on opinion polls and more. Read more »
From reader trust and influence to multi-platform effectiveness and engagement, research shows news media companies are the place to advertise. Newspapers Canada has prepared this one page PDF to highlight that newspapers, both print and digital, offer key benefits to advertisers that are not delivered by other media options. Read more »
The trials, tribulations, and aspirations of media companies trying to make smartphone apps work for their loyal readers is the focus of a recent report released by the International News Media Association (INMA). The report, titled titled Smartphone App Lessons for Media Companies, includes 19 case studies of media companies in Asia, Europe, Latin America, North America, and the South Pacific aiming to sync smartphone app plans to their local digital ecosystems. Read more »
Wayne Thibodeau is the new managing editor at The Guardian in Prince Edward Country. Thibodeau first joined the Charlottetown daily paper in 1997 and previously served as a news editor and senior correspondent for the Charlottetown daily. Read more »
Retail sales were up 1% to a total of $43 billion according to the Statcan Retail Trade report for May 2015. This is the third increase in four months after steep declines in December and January. Read more »
Phil Dechman, a former editor at the Grimsby Independent, died on July 27. Dechman served as the editor at the community paper based in Grimsby Ontario from 1969 until he retired in 2000. Read more »
A new study from the Engaging News Project shows that online newspaper readers favour a contemporary website design over traditional text-based homepages. Modular, image-heavy designs were not only easier to navigate and more attractive, the study found these sites received at least 90 percent more page views and had stronger user engagement than sites with more staid, newspaper-inspired designs. Read more »
Torstar has acquired a 56 percent interest in VerticalScope, an integrated multi-platform media company based in Toronto. VerticalScop owns and operates more than 600 consumer enthusiast online forums and premium content sites across North America. Read more »
Wendy Metcalfe has joined the Toronto Star as the paper’s new national editor. Metcalfe previously served as the editor in chief at the Toronto Sun and Ottawa Sun until May 2015. Read more »
Newspapers Atlantic, in collaboration with Clear Picture Corporation, has developed an online readership survey and is making it available to all Newspaper Canada members. The survey contains information to help publishers and their teams develop a great understanding of their readers. Read more »