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Postmedia’s Paul Godfrey to open Canada’s National Conference

Newspapers Canada is pleased to announce that Paul Godfrey, president and chief executive officer of Postmedia Network, will be the opening keynote speaker at this year’s National Newspaper Conference.

Godfrey is an esteemed industry veteran who has served as the president and CEO of Canada’s largest publisher of paid English-language daily newspapers since July 2010. He will address daily and community newspaper delegates from across the country during a special presentation on The Changing Face of Newspapers.

Join us as Godfrey delivers his inspirational vision for the future of the industry and kicks off Canada’s annual newspaper conference in Toronto on Friday, May 22.

Registration is now open for the 2015 National Newspaper Conference

Newspaper representatives from across the country will gather in Toronto on Friday, May 22 for Canada’s premier newspaper industry event of the year. Co-hosted by Newspapers Canada and the Ontario Community Newspaper Association (OCNA), the 2015 National Conference is where newspaper staff will come together to discover innovative business strategies, practical ideas and creative ways to serve and connect with your community.

Visit the conference website at www.newspaperscanada.ca/conference/2015 to purchase your conference pass and additional tickets for the Ontario Community Newspapers Association (OCNA) Awards Gala and the National Newspaper Awards.

Register online before April 20 to receive a $100 discount on conference registration fees.

CJFE presents Death of Dissent: How Governments Kill Criticism

To mark this year's Freedom to Read Week, Tom Henheffer, executive director for Canadian Journalists for Free Expression (CJFE), is giving a special talk in Toronto about the many ways Canada's government is stifling free expression. The discussion takes place at the North York Central Library on Tuesday, February 24 and is part of the Toronto Public Library’s Thought Exchange Series.

National conference comes to Toronto on May 22

Uncover innovative business strategies, practical ideas, and creative ways to serve and connect with your community—all at Canada’s National Conference and Trade Show. Co-hosted by Newspapers Canada and the Ontario Community Newspapers Association (OCNA), the 2015 National Conference takes place on Friday, May 22, at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel. A pre-conference welcome reception kicks off the event on Thursday night, launching into a jam-packed day of inspirational presentations from dozens of industry leaders and experts.

Next week’s CFJ J-talk covers sports reporting in Canada

As Canadian sports fans look to connect with athletes, understand the latest scandal, and track the business of their teams, how are media organizations tackling the challenge? How is technology changing how journalists cover the big leagues, the amateurs and emerging issues?

The Canadian Journalism Foundation hosts a special sports journalism discussion on Thursday, February 5 in Toronto to discuss the changing sports landscape in Canada. The panel includes Bruce Arthur, sports columnist from the Toronto Star, and representatives from CBC Sports Weekend and Rogers Sportsnet.

Share your innovative ideas for a free pass to this year’s conference

How would you like to attend Canada’s national newspaper conference for free? Now you can, thanks to a new offer from Newspapers Canada and the Ontario Community Newspapers Association. We’re inviting members and non-members, industry suppliers and industry experts, and everyone in between to share ideas and success stories with conference delegates in short-and-sweet seven-minute presentations. If your idea or story is chosen, we’ll give you a free all-access pass to the conference.

Just think, seven minutes on stage gets you access to a full day of ground-breaking presentations, hands-on educational workshops, a trade show featuring a variety of product and solution providers, and opportunities to network with your colleagues from across the country.

Submit your proposal today for your chance to attend this year’s national conference for free as a guest speaker.

Register for next week's webinar: Sports Photography: Beyond Peak Action

Join us next week for a special webinar presentation Sports Photography: Beyond Peak Action. During the one-hour presentation, award-winning sports photographer Amber Bracken from the Edmonton Sun will teach participants how to capture intensity and emotion in sports photography. Bracken will share her expert tips and tricks during this unique training session on Thursday, January 29.

Sports photographers, photojournalists and photo editors won’t want to miss this one-of-a-kind webinar.

Registration is just $25 for staff at CNA and CCNA member newspapers ($50 for non members) or by subscription.

CJF J-talk: Canada's expanding sports media landscape

As Canadian sports fans look to connect with athletes, understand the latest scandal, and track the business of their teams, how are media organizations tackling the challenge? How is technology changing how journalists cover the big leagues, the amateurs and emerging issues? The Canadian Journalism Foundation hosts a special sports journalism discussion on Thursday, February 5 in Toronto to discuss the changing sports landscape in Canada. The panel includes Bruce Arthur, sports columnist from the Toronto Star, and representatives from CBC Sports Weekend and Rogers Sportsnet.

Share your ideas and receive an all-access pass to the Canada's newspaper conference

Want to attend Canada’s national newspaper conference for free? Join us on May 22 in Toronto as a guest presenter and you’ll get an all-access pass to the full day of conference programming. Newspapers Canada is currently accepting speaker proposals for seven-minute presentations that highlight the central conference theme: sharing ideas that celebrate, motivate and educate the newspaper industry.

Members and non-members, industry suppliers and industry experts are invited to share their ideas and success stories on stage during a special inspiring session.

This is your opportunity to inspire your peers and colleagues and attend Canada’s premier newspaper industry event for free.

Free webinar covers highlights from brand new automotive study

Join us on Friday, January 16 for a free webinar highlighting the power of newspapers in print and digital in selling new vehicles in Canada. During this must-see presentation, Suzanne Raitt, senior vice-president, chief marketing officer, for Newspapers Canada will walk you through Newspapers Canada’s latest vehicle research study and answer all of your questions. This free presentation is recommended for publishers and advertising sales and marketing directors, managers and personnel. 

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