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The Government of Canada spent $75,213,380 on advertising (media and production) in 2013-2014. Advertising in community newspapers (excluding Official Language, Ethnic and Aboriginal publications) accounted for just $867,153. Read more »
Michael Di Massa is leaving his post as the editor of the Sherwood Park News in Sherwood, Alberta. He first joined the community paper as a reporter in December 2008, and went on to become the paper’s editor a year and a half later. Read more »
Head back to school this September with educational webinar sessions designed to suit your busy schedule. Newspapers Canada has partnered with Online Media Campus and Inland Press Association to provide members with affordable online training covering a range of topics. This month, webinar sessions cover capitalizing on quizzes, investigative reporting tools, commercial content and employee onboarding. Read more »
Carlie Connolly joined the staff at the Peninsula News Review in Sidney, B.C. earlier this summer. In her new role she will be covering arts, Central Saanich municipal council, and a variety of other news beats. Read more »
The entry period for the 20th annual EPPY Awards has been extended to midnight on Friday, September 11, 2015. Entries are being accepted online at www.eppyawards.com. The annual awards, presented by Editor & Publisher, honour the best media-affiliated websites across 31 diverse categories, within two divisions. Read more »
In Alberta, reporter and assistant editor Pauline Zulueta is leaving the High River Times. Zulueta has been with the community paper for one year and is moving back to Calgary to contrinue her education. Read more »
Stats on Total Light Vehicle Sales from Desrosiers Automotive Consultants are now available on their website. Read more »
Newspapers Canada has prepared an easy-to-understand summary of the 2015 Automotive Research. The infographic is designed as a brief overview of the research for media planners, auto advertisers and dealers. Read more »
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 »