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Canadian Living unveils redesign

The new design and editorial shift aims to keep older readers happy while reaching more of the millennials that have grown into its core demo.

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National Post workers look to unionize

If formed, the union would be the first for the national paper since its founding in 1998.

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Rogers mag content bows in Postmedia papers

A new deal that puts Life by Design in 10 newspapers nationwide.

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Globe and Mail unveils data-driven redesign

Phillip Crawley, publisher and CEO, on dropping from four sections to two and focusing on original content.

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The Kit dives further into experiential with pop-up

The Star Media Group-owned publication is looking to better engage its readers and play in the retail space.

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Post City Magazines launches Annex edition

The Toronto media company has added an eighth neighbourhood print magazine to its roster.

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Doug Kelly on bringing audiences and ideas together

The new president of St. Joseph Media says the media industry is not a “troubled, hopeless environment” — you just have to know where to capitalize.

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The Globe and Mail to cease print delivery to Maritimes

Phillip Crawley, publisher and CEO, said the costs of delivering papers to the area no longer makes good business sense.

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The Globe debuts new ad unit with Lexus campaign

The luxury automaker is adding three new lines of cars – and the new multi-platform ad unit – to a second year of promotions with the Globe.

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Print continues to hamper Torstar in Q2

Revenues from Vertical Scope and other digital ventures increased, but soft national advertising sales contributed to a 19% decrease in revenue.

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Vancouver Magazine hits 50 on stable footing

The Yellow Pages-owned title wears its age well, but an aging readership and digital competitors present a challenge.

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Cost-saving measures give Postmedia a profitable quarter

A $13 million net profit for Q3 was largely due to one-time, non-cash items such as the sale of Infomart, with revenue still down 11.1%.

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Media leaders react to Heritage Committee recommendations

Bob Cox, Paul Godfrey and John Honderich on what the government’s role should be, whether or not the CBC makes a dent in their online ad revenue and how likely the report’s proposals are to be adopted.

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Digital gains can’t make up for print drops: Vividata

The Globe and Mail once again topped Vividata’s rankings for overall reach, but most newspapers saw declines in print audience from last quarter.

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National Post stops the presses on Monday print edition

The Monday paper will still appear in digital form, but SVP Gerry Nott says the strategic decision is a “logical next step” in the transition to a more digital news landscape.