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Henry’s partners with Rogers Media to launch magazine

The free publication will have a circulation of 120,000 across Canada, with content targeted to visual artists.

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Media revenue up 12% for Rogers in Q1

While advertising played its part, the main driver in the revenue increase was higher distribution to the Blue Jays.

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TLN launches new “Colour Your Life” campaign

The cultural programming network hopes to appeal to new audiences with a taste for international food and travel.

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Postmedia’s Q2 revenue declines 10.8%

Increases in digital revenues were, once again, not enough to offset continued declines in print.

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Torstar courts national advertisers with Metro rebrand

Metro’s free daily newspapers in Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto and Halifax will soon be known as StarMetro.

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Zenith upgrades its 2018 ad spend projections

Digital spending – and ad tech firms – are benefiting most from marketers’ push for innovation.

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Apple looks back to mag business with Texture deal

Rogers Media and its U.S. counterparts are selling the “Netflix of magazines.”

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TVA’s broadcast dollars up, but magazines are down

The company’s French language magazines showed readership gains.

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Digital tax credit and cost reductions help Torstar in Q4

Advertising revenues were still soft across most segments.

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Federal budget offers little to print media

The CMF gets a bump, but a $50-million pledge to support local journalism is received with indifference by print media.

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Le Devoir, GCM partner for national sales

Groupe Capitales Médias aims to increase the publication’s visibility among agencies and brands across Canada.

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Torstar trims costs to offset ad declines

Full-time staff will see a reduction to their travel, freelance and periodical budgets, and internships are ending.

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Yellow Pages records lower digital and print revenues

The quarter and the fiscal year saw declines across the board, but CEO David Eckert says the company’s recent layoffs will help stabilize things.

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Pierre Marcoux named president of TC Media

The journalist-turned-media exec says the company is looking to grow its market share, and is still eyeing possible acquisitions.

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Digital growth slow for newspapers and magazines: study

For many newspapers, modest digital gains can’t offset losses in print readers.