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Yellow Pages’ revenue decreases 30%

Although the company has shed its agency segment, revenue still declined in other areas.

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Is a focus on breaking news hurting Canadians’ trust?

Edelman’s new Trust Barometer shows Canadians want to hear more from subject matter experts, but fear news outlets focus too much on audience size.

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Where do consumers notice ads the most?

According to Vividata, print loyalty is still strong, and online TV streaming has led to an increase in overall TV consumption.

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Andrew MacLeod: ‘We’re not that legacy dinosaur’

Postmedia’s new CEO on the company’s future. Plus, highlights from the media giant’s first quarter.

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Andrew MacLeod takes reins as Postmedia CEO

Paul Godfrey remains on as executive chair of the media co. as part of its previously announced succession plan.

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Andrew MacLeod on facing off against the duopoly

The president of Postmedia on staying afloat in a floundering industry, and how cannabis changed the game.

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ICYMI: Court order obtained in Torstar, Postmedia investigation

Also, The Globe and Mail partnered with Effie Canada and Ron Burgundy gets his own podcast.

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Postmedia reduces print schedule for Northern papers

Four community papers will shutter their Monday editions; staff will remain unchanged.

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Italian tourism campaign taps print

Brand Grow Media used print for mass in a campaign that appeals to professionals.

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GroupM downgrades ad growth expectations

Canada’s newspaper, TV and magazine businesses showing declines.

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Purchasing B2B pub rebrands

The sixty-year-old supply management publication has rebranded as Supply Professional magazine.

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Who took home MIAs Gold in 2018?

Touché and Via Rail were the big winners at this year’s gala recognizing innovative media work.

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Quebec publication gears up to wind down print business

According to president and CEO of Groupe Capitales Médias, Le Soliel will cease publication of its print newspaper in the next five-to-ten years.

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Bell Media, Torstar confirm layoffs

On-air talent at Virgin Radio and editorial staff at StarMetro Toronto were confirmed to have been let go on Wednesday.

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Lise Watier, Quebecor launch multi-platform campaign

The campaign celebrates Lise Watier’s new spokesperson, Sarah-Jeanne Labrosse, and includes promotion from TVA publication Clin d’œil and Jean Coutu pharmacies.