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Your Digital Audience and How to Engage Them

Micah Luxen

Multi-platform media expert Val Hoeppner shared ideas on how to engage and build a digital audience at Newspapers Canada 2015 conference in Toronto.

10 Hot Points in Human Resources

Celia Grimbly

Workplace Investigator Lise MacLean discussed ten hot topics in human resources in the Public Affairs/ Human Resources first breakout.

5 Truths, 4 Paradoxes and the Value of Relationship Newsonomics

Dilara Kurtaran

Ken Doctor, media analyst from Newsonomics talked about the media’s unique relationship to readers and merchants and the smart use of analytics and Little Data.

Short and Smart: Mobile Video Storytelling

Multi-platform media expert Val Hoeppner led the session on making mobile video at the Newspapers Canada 2015 conference in Toronto.

Revenue-Generating Event Marketing

Dilara Kurtaran

In her last breakout session of the day, Amie Stein of Local Media Association, talks about revenue-generating event marketing.

Newspapers Canada members receive discounted passes for World News Media Congress

Media executives from 80 countries will come together in Washington, D.C. on June 1-3, 2015, for the 67th annual World News Media Congress. Hosted by WAN-IFRA in partnership with the National Newspaper Association, the event will address the management and business issues facing news media and examines emerging new business models and revenue streams.

Two parallel events, the World Editors Forum and the World Advertising Forum, will also take place during this special industry gathering.

Members of the Canadian Newspaper Association and the Canadian Community Newspapers Association can attend for the World News Media Congress at a special discounted rate by using the promotional code WNC_AA when registering for conference passes.

National Conference early bird deadline is this Friday

 Don’t miss your chance to attend the 2015 National Conference in Toronto for a discounted rate. Early bird pricing on conference passes and tickets for the OCNA Better Newspaper Awards gala is in effect until Friday, May 1. The National Conference is the Canadian newspaper industry’s largest annual gathering, attracting hundreds of top-level newspaper representatives from daily and community publications. The full day event will include inspiring sessions with dozens of expert speakers, educational workshops and a trade show featuring exhibitors and industry suppliers from across North America.

CJF J-talk: Election 2015: What Stories Swing Votes?

With Canadians headed to the polls no later than October, are voters looking for news stories on the horse race or detailed reporting on policy platforms? Join the Canadian Journalism Foundation at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa on Wednesday, May 13, for a special journalism discussion focused on election coverage. The panel includes Susan Delacourt, author and columnist for the Toronto Star; Frank Graves, president and founder of EKOS Research Associates; David Herle, principal partner with The Gandalf Group; and Adam Radwanski, political columnist with The Globe and Mail. The talk will be moderated by Tom Clark, chief political correspondent for Global National.

National Conference welcomes new sponsors

Newspaper publishing partners from across the country will join newspaper representatives in Toronto on Friday, May 22 at this year’s National Newspaper Conference.

Industry experts join National Conference program

Newspapers Canada is thrilled to announce that four industry experts have joined the program for this year’s National Newspaper Conference. Bob Cox, Publisher, Winnipeg Free Press; Tom Drouillard, CEO, President and Managing Director, Alliance for Audited Media; Andrew Saunders, Chief Revenue Officer, The Globe and Mail; and Ronit White, Manager Strategic Partnerships, Metroland Media – Toronto will each take the stage in Toronto on Friday, May 22. Each speaker will share ideas and success stories with conference delegates during short-and-sweet seven-minute presentations that highlight the central conference theme: sharing ideas that celebrate, motivate and educate the newspaper industry.

Want to learn more about the industry experts scheduled to speak at this year’s National Conference. Visit to view the complete conference program.

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