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Webinar archive offers newspaper training at your fingertips

Looking for professional training for less? Newspapers Canada’s offers members access to over 50 unique educational webinars at the low price of just $25 per session. Presentations cover a diverse variety of topics (editorial, circulation, digital, ad sales, management) and are led by media experts from across North America. Visit our Webinar Archive today to view the selection of on-demand training options, which includes the latest presentations from our Winner’s Circle webinar series.

Learn how to uncover new revenue opportunities with Big Data

Big Data is an aggregation of information from and about the users of your websites and other digital products. By using that information to improve your services, newspaper can deliver better results for readers and increase revenue.

On October 30, Newspapers Canada hosts a free webinar presentation with speaker Peter M. Zollman who will show you how to unlock new revenue opportunities, improve engagement and strengthen your bottom line by using existing Big Data from your classified and marketplace services. Anyone who is interested in learning how information from websites and digital services can be used to improve business, serve audiences better, and increase revenue should attend this free, content-rich, one-hour presentation.

Speaker: Peter M. Zollman, Founding Principal, AIM Group, is a renowned expert and speaker in the online classifieds / interactive media industry with over 35 years of experience.

What will the webinar cover?
The webinar will cover the use of Big Data by classified advertising companies around the world to improve their services, deliver better results for their users and advertisers, and increase their revenue.

Who should attend:

  • The webinar is open to all levels in all departments. It is highly recommended for:
  • Publishers and group executives
  • Digital media executives
  • Media webmasters
  • Classified advertising directors
  • Those in marketing and advertising sales


Langara to host free panel discussion on the future of journalism

On the 50th anniversary of the Langara Journalism program, the Vancouver college is bringing together some of the city's key media leaders for a special discussion on where journalism — the craft, the industry, the democratic force — is headed in the future. The panel of speakers features local print and broadcast journalists including Vancouver Sun editor-in-chief Harold Munro and Gary Mason, national affairs columnist for the Globe and Mail.

The free event takes place at the CBC Broadcast Centre in Vancouver on Thursday, October 23.

Don’t miss our Investigative Journalism webinar on October 23

Newspapers Canada invites you to register for a very special webinar presentation on Thursday, October 23 hosted by Canada’s top award-winning investigative journalists.

In this instalment of our Winners' Circle webinar series, the winner and finalists of the Investigative Journalism category from this year’s National Newspaper Awards will share their award-winning works and offer behind-the-scenes details of how the stories came together and their impact on their communities.

This event is a must for daily and community editors, reporters, and student journalists. Registration is just $25 for CNA and CCNA members or $50 for non-members.

CJF J-Talk: Glenn Greenwald in conversation with David Walmsley

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Glenn Greenwald will speak with Globe and Mail editor-in-chief David Walmsley about power, secrecy and journalism's role in an era of digital openness at an upcoming event in Toronto. The discussion will take place on Tuesday, October 21 and is part of the CJF J-Talks series, exploring issues and challenges shaping journalism.

Hear the story behind the year’s best award-winning investigative journalism

Our Winners’ Circle webinar series continues on October 23 with a special presentation from the winner and finalists in the Investigative Journalism category at this year’s National Newspaper Awards.

The award-winning speakers will share the behind-the-scenes details of how their stories came together and the significant impact their work had on their communities. Editors, reporters and journalism students won’t want to miss this inspiring webinar.

Celebrate Carrier Day this Saturday

Each year, one day is set aside to recognize the accomplishments of carriers who work hard to get the newspaper in the hands of readers across the country. On Saturday, October 12, Newspapers Canada encourages members to celebrate this special industry initiative.

Newspaper Carrier Day ads and additional resources are available online at

Newspaper Carrier Day is held in conjunction with National Newspaper Week, Oct. 5-11, 2014.

Upcoming webinar showcases NNA-winning multimedia features

Newspapers Canada’s webinar training program returns next week with the first installment of our Winners’ Circle Series. Join us on October 9 as winners and finalists in the Multimedia Feature category from the 2013 National Newspaper Awards give a tour of their outstanding works. Editors, reporters and multimedia staff wont want to miss out on this special hour-long presentation as speakers Jim Rankin from the Toronto Star and Don McArthur from the Windsor Star showcase the various elements of their award-winning projects.

Celebrate National Newspaper Week next week

This year marks the 74th annual National Newspaper Week (NNW), which will take place October 5-11, 2014. The theme for 2014 is Newspapers: The Foundation of Vibrant Communities. The weeklong initiative celebrates the importance of daily and community newspapers in communities large and small across the country.

On Saturday, October 11, newspapers will also take time to recognize the hardworking individuals who help deliver the news door to door on Newspaper Carrier Day.

CJF J-Talk: Glenn Greenwald in conversation with
 David Walmsley

Open source hero or every government's worst nightmare? Glenn Greenwald has championed making secret documents part of the daily news. Working with Edward Snowden to publish NSA secrets, Greenwald is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, lawyer and co-founding editor of The Intercept.

He speaks with David Walmsley, editor-in-chief of The Globe and Mail about power, secrecy and journalism's role in an era of digital openness. The discussion will take place in Toronto on October 21 and is part of the CJF J-Talks series, exploring issues and challenges shaping journalism.

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