More Transcontinental titles up for sale
A total of 93 newspapers have been put up for sale, mostly from Quebec.
Chronicle Herald acquires Transcontinental properties
The acquisition will see a new parent company known as SaltWire Network Inc., making it the largest media company in Atlantic Canada.
TVA ramps up its hockey campaign to build playoff anticipation
Marketing VP Claude Foisy said last year, things were kept “quiet” – but with Canada’s presence in the Stanley Cup playoffs, it’s upping its media game.
Postmedia revenue drops in Q2
Print ad and circulation revenue continues to slide, but digital posted a gain for the three month period.
Is Quebec’s $36 million promise to newspapers enough?
Publishers of Quebec newspapers have welcomed the acknowledgement of the industry’s struggles, but is there still work to be done?
The Kit gets into events with Connect
The Star Media Group title is targeting those interested in breaking into the beauty and fashion industry with the new conference.
Fashion and L’Oreal Paris create flip book cover
The magazine’s April issue features five perforated covers that can be changed to create up to 35 looks on model Coco Rocha.
Glow and Pure shuttered
Shoppers Drug Mart and St. Joseph Media have mutually decided to end the partnership to produce the magazines.
John Boynton named CEO of Torstar
The former Aimia and Rogers Communications chief marketer will take the reins from David Holland in March.
Torstar posts improvements in Q4
Revenues from print advertising and subscribers continue to slide, but the media co ended 2016 with a net income rather than a loss.
Reader’s Digest and the Globe and Mail top Vividata rankings
The quarterly release found that print and digital readership for magazines remained healthy, and newspaper readership was flat.
Our Homes Media expanding into Toronto
The media company’s director of sales and marketing said that its local focus has been the key to growth across its 14 titles.
New magazine celebrates luxurious side of East Coast living
Maritime Edit was born from a gap in the market seen by magazine industry veterans James and Pamela Mullinger when they moved from London.