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Postmedia campaign uses photojournalism to engage readers

Content will be ‘living and breathing’ as the news cycle informs chosen images, specific to each community.

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House & Home’s new EIC on modern publishing challenges

Emma Reddington is already somewhat of an influencer in the interior design space – and she believes old-fashioned journalism will help House & Home Media stay ahead of the game.

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TVA Group axes 68 jobs

The company said the decision was “made necessary by numerous unfair practices that have been undermining the television industry for years.”

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Quebec’s oldest weekly to transition to monthly

The Stanstead Journal promises to come back for a monthly edition, but Quebec has seen a number of its papers shuttered.

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KO staffs up as its mission to rebuild Elle Canada takes shape

With a handful of new sales and editorial hires, the magazine brand’s new parent company envisions far more custom content in its future.

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Postmedia stakes claim in The Logic

Andrew MacLeod on Postmedia’s new partnership with the burgeoning media startup, in a bid to build subscription revenue.

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Federal government takes crucial step in journalism support fund

News Media Canada’s John Hinds on the importance of the program, and what he wishes critics of the funding knew.

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Dove integrates custom print cover

Beyond five unique un-retouched covers, this month’s issue of Chatelaine tapped Dove’s new stock photo library and featured a call for more representation.

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Novus taps digital leaders to revitalize

Anton Vassiliev will serve as managing director, strategy and media investments while Mike Rusk focuses on programmatic and Hailey Ben-Izhak makes a return to the industry.

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KO Media to take ownership of Elle brands

Acquisition said to ‘diversify’ Montreal-based company’s offerings that include VÉRO, di Stasio, Édition Papier and K pour Katrine.

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Globe to cut staff to save $10M

Employees have been offered voluntary buyouts, which will be followed by layoffs if targets are not met.

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Torstar revenue continues to decline

Revenue declined by 11% overall as print remains a challenge, but digital subscribers are up.

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Newspapers have reach, but less influence over purchases: study

Do people in big cities read newspapers more? And how does reading change on the weekends?

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Print magazines strong, but millennials could shake things up: study

Magazine reach is still strong, but the different viewing and searching habits of millennials could affect readership.

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New partnership aims to bring cannabis content to Boomers

The Baby Boomer-focused media company will include cannabis content from Civilized in Zoomer Magazine as well as TV, radio and digital.