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Former Ryerson University Journalism professor John McCallum has passed away at age 90. Read more »
It's time to reach out to your readers and encourage them to participate in Canada's historic Front Pages Competition. This week, Canadians from across the country are voting for their favourite front page newspaper stories in the Canada at War & Canadian Arts/Culture/Entertainment categories. Read more »
The often quoted time spent with media vs. ad dollars chart is one factor, and perhaps not the best factor, to compare media. In her latest blog post for INMA, Newspapers Canada’s Suzanne Raitt suggests we consider other variables to get a robust picture such as engagement, frame of mind and more. Read more »
In a memo to Newspapers Canada members, CEO John Hinds provides an update on the state of the newspaper industry voluntary self-regulation. Read more »
The Ontario Community Newspapers Association (OCNA) has released an updated version of its Media Guide, which serves as a training tool and educational resource for editorial, advertising and production departments at newspapers across the country. Read more »
Journalists have just two weeks left to nominate an individual, group or organization for the 2014 Grace- Pépin Access to Information Award. Read more »
Star Media Group announced last week that Metro newspapers in Regina, Saskatoon and London will shift to web-only versions. Metro’s senior executive team made the decision to cease print editions of the daily commuter paper in the three cities in order to focus on larger markets. Read more »
Canadian newspapers are invited to submit entries for the 19th annual EPPY Awards. Hosted by Editor & Publisher, the EPPY Awards celebrate the best media-affiliated websites from around the world. Read more »
Newspapers hold considerable sway at every stage of the purchasing continuum: absorbing, planning and just prior to obtaining. Newspapers are the most significant medium for influencing purchasers among key targets such as Boomers, Young Adults, Moms, Influencers & High Income Households. Read more »
Let your readers know that they can now choose their favourite stories in the Canada at War & Canadian Arts/Culture/Entertainment categories for the Front Pages Competition. This is your chance to reach out to members of your community and encourage them to participate in a historic nation-wide competition. Read more »