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Highlights from Canada’s national newspaper conference

Newspapers Canada hosted Canada’s 95th annual national newspaper conference and trade show in Charlottetown, PEI on May 28-30. Newspaper delegates from across the country attended two full days of speaker sessions, educational workshops, awards galas and networking activities. Highlights from the event—including presentation summaries and photo galleries—can be found online at www.inkandbeyond.ca.

Thank you to all who joined us for INK+BEYOND 2014 and please remember to save the date for next year’s industry conference happening in Toronto on May 22, 2015.

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Author: 
Melissa Heald

When sales expert and coach Mike Blinder

Adobe and Newspapers: App Publishing and the Impact of Engagement

Author: 
Zara McAlister, Media Relations Specialist at Business Wire Canada

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Author: 
Connor Jay

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Author: 
Jessica Napier, Communications Officer, Newspapers Canada

“If content is king when it comes to news publishing, then distribution is queen and she’s wearing the pants,” says Twitter Canada’s Steve Ladurantaye.

Five TMT predictions for 2014

Author: 
Jessica Napier, Communications Officer, Newspapers Canada

Duncan Stewart, Director of TMT Resear

Award-winning columnist Christie Blatchford on the evolution of storytelling

Author: 
Sarah Seeley

Renowned Canadian columnist Christie Blatc

The Globe goes beyond clicks with the help of MOAT analytics

Author: 
Zara McAlister, Media Relations Specialist at Business Wire Canada

Cynthia Young is asked constantly to measure the number of clicks on a digital ad as a benchmark of its success.

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