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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.

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Ed Greenspon on how the news industry can be saved

Public Policy Forum’s report, The Shattered Mirror, included giving advertisers more incentive to place ads in Canadian media and removing the CBC from the digital advertising game.

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Watchdog recommends CRA close online ad ‘loophole’

A new report commissioned by the Friends of Canadian Broadcasting estimates that if the CRA were to change a law from 1996, approximately $500 million annually could be brought into the Canadian media industry.

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Failure not an option for Godfrey

The Postmedia president and CEO said government assistance could provide the “runway” the media industry needs to bridge the gap between print and digital.

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Postmedia revenue down for Q1

A 21% drop in print advertising revenue was the main factor behind the decline.

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Reader’s Digest Canada blows out 70 candles

Publisher Karin Rossi said the magazine’s ad revenue is tracking ahead of plan for the fiscal year to date.

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What Mishmash Media sees in L’actualite

Eric Albert, VP of investments with company owner XPND Investments on how the former Rogers Media title fits into the growing company.

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Mishmash Media acquires L’actualite

The Quebec-based media company has acquired the title from Rogers Media.

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What’s next for 2017: print

Experts predict what the Canadian industry can expect to see from magazines and newspapers in 2017.

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Now magazine adds ‘Dine and Shop’ package

The free weekly has chosen to diversify its revenue streams by adding e-commerce.

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Layoffs, restructuring at Rogers Media’s English-language titles

The media company has implemented a new organizational structure that leans more heavily on digital.

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Rogers to close LOULOU, revive Châtelaine

Despite interest from buyers, LOULOU magazine is closing, as the media co announces other changes to its French-language publications.

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La Presse names new president

Pierre Elliott Levasseur with the latest results from La Presse+ and why the media co’s tablet edition hit where others have missed.

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CBC responds to growing dissent over digital presence

The Globe’s Phillip Crawley was among those appearing before the standing committee on Canadian Heritage.

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Coup de Pouce’s milky ‘white’ issue partnership

How the Quebecor title worked with Les Producteurs de lait du Québec to create the special print edition.