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Postmedia and Torstar to swap and shutter papers

More than 30 community and commuter newspapers, including 24 Hours, were traded between the two companies in a non-cash transaction.

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Brands can finally promote their story on Snapchat

The new unit offers advertisers access to the story format, allowing them to get their message across in multiple posts on users’ feeds.

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Grey Cup lines up its sponsors

Brands returning to the action include Nissan, Shaw and more.

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ICYMI: Who’s heading the newest Crave original?

Plus, iQ Business Media makes an acquisition, and the Canadian Online Publishing Awards announces its winners.

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Who is the modern Canadian news consumer?

A new study by the MTM shows that Canada’s most active news readers skew older, are more educated and more affluent.

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Ricardo Media’s retail investments expand again

The magazine is positioning its permanent bricks-and-mortar locations around new “Eat Together” brand messaging.

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CBC’s media forum challenges preconceived ideas

What does The Simpsons have to do with an agency environment? Is there power in pixels? Three takeaway’s from the pubcaster’s event.

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Kin Canada leans into content with new hire

Jenny Tryansky takes the reigns from Maureen Doolub for a year, but will stay on as Kin looks to develop more content and programming.

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Garrick Tiplady to take the reins at Facebook Canada

Tiplady succeeds Jordan Banks as the country’s managing director.

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What Rob Norman is eager to leave behind

The outspoken industry veteran on how TV and digital can get along, what Google and Facebook need to change and why he’d be happy to never have another brand safety conversation again.

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Ford stays on top: Media Monitors

The auto industry once again dominated as Toronto’s biggest category buyer, while the TV category was back on top in Montreal.

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Rob Norman to semi-retire from GroupM

The veteran chief digital officer will transition into a part-time role as an advisor in January.

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More than 40 laid off at Bell Media

Production and post-production positions were let go, along with several on-air hosts and journalists.

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ICYMI: The Globe’s push for transparency

Plus, Sobeys complements a national TV buy with a holiday playlist on Spotify.