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Newspapers Canada has prepared an easy-to-understand summary of the latest Automotive Research. The infographic is designed as a brief overview of the research for media planners, auto advertisers and dealers. In one page, it visually highlights the power of newspapers (both print and online) in the automotive purchase process. Read more »
Join newspaper representatives from across the country at this year’s National Conference on Friday, May 22 for a special afternoon of programming dedicated to community newspapers. This half-day facilitated session is an opportunity for community newspapers to come together and discuss the topics they care about most. Read more »
The Competition Bureau of Canada has approved Postmedia’s acquisition of 175 English-language newspapers from Quebecor. Postmedia received a no-action letter from the Competition Bureau regarding the purchase of Sun Media’s newspapers, specialty publications and digital properties. Read more »
The Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) and Aga Khan Foundation Canada have announced the inaugural recipients of the Fellowship for International Development Reporting. Winning applicants Marc Ellison and Mellissa Fung will receive $25,000 each in order to cover stories in the developing world. Read more »
Metroland Media has re-launched its mobile-only community classified app Tradyo. The app allows users to create free listings, browse for goods based on geographic proximity and negotiate transactions through an in-app private chat function. Read more »
In British Columbia, Amanda Nason has been appointed the new newspaper advertising sales representative for The Columbia Valley Pioneer and The Valley Echo. Read more »
Malcolm Morrison retired from The Canadian Press on March 19. Morrison was with the newswire for over 40 years. He served as the markets reporter since September 2001 and was focused on producing market reports and stock and currency market stories for print, online and broadcast. Read more »
Quebec Government House Leader Jean-Marc Fournier has released a 191-page discussion paper on Access to Information reform in the province. Read more »
Short, timely video content is in high demand at all media companies and video editing on mobile or on a computer is an important skill for telling good stories. On Thursday, April 9, Online Media Campus hosts a 60-minute webinar presentation on Mobile Video Editing with digital journalist Val Hoeppner. Read more »
The Politics of Evidence Working Group at York University kicked off a new letter-writing campaign earlier this week that seeks to “un-muzzle Canada’s federal scientists.” Write2Know is a national project that is working to eliminate the federal government’s restrictions on access to scientific research and information about important human and environmental health issues. Read more »