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After two plus years of discussion with their Industry members, the Press Councils of British Columbia, Atlantic Canada and Ontario are merging their organizations to form the new National Newsmedia Council (NNC) effective September 2015. Read more »
Stephen Ripley has been named the new editor at the Leader-Post in Regina. Ripley has worked in newsrooms across the country and spent a number of years at the Winnipeg Sun as a copy editor, news editor and eventually editor in chief. Read more »
Next month, the Canadian Journalism Foundation is hosting a special discussion event in Toronto with award-winning British journalist Nick Davies. He will join fellow investigative journalist Gillian Findlay, co-host of CBC’s the fifth estate, in conversation at the Glenn Gould Studio in Toronto on at 7:00 pm on September 24. Read more »
Since 2002, government spending in Canada has changed dramatically. The impact of the Internet is evident in the government advertising strategy; Internet spending has gone from less than 1% in 2002-2003 to 27% in 2013-2014. Read more »
Canadian Journalists for Free Expression will host its 18th annual CJFE Gala on Wednesday, December 2, 2015, at the Fairmont Royal York hotel in Toronto. The CJFE Gala: A Night to Honour Courageous Reporting brings together Canada’s leading figures in media, business and academia for an evening to honour the courage and dedication of journalists and free expression advocates around the world. Read more »
In Ontario, the Caledon Enterprise is discontinuing its Tuesday edition. The Metroland community newspaper first introduced the second edition back in 1997. Read more »
Statistics Canada has released the 2014 Television Broadcasting data, reporting that advertising sales fell 0.8%, continuing the decline from 2011. Private conventional television reports an annual drop of 6.5% (worth $1.7 billion) and is the hardest hit sector, falling below the 50% share mark in the advertising sales market for the first time. Read more »
Bernard Descôteaux, longtime editor in chief at Le Devoir, has announced his retirement. Descôteaux has been with the Montreal-based daily for 41 years and has served at the helm of the paper since 1998. Read more »
Two Glacier-media owned community newspapers in Weyburn, Saskatchewan will be merging their efforts as a unified media company. Effective Monday, September 14, 2015, the 106-year old Weyburn Review and the 30-year old Weyburn This Week will combine operations to offer a comprehensive media company to serve Weyburn and the surrounding area. Read more »
Advertising Standards Canada (ASC) has released its seventh annual Canadian Children's Food & Beverage Advertising Initiative: 2014 Compliance Report. The Report confirms the continuing high level of compliance by the 18 food and beverage companies that are participating in the CAI program. Read more »