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St. Joseph brings Cocktail Week to Toronto

The event is set for October and will highlight Toronto neighbourhoods with cocktails from the city’s top bars and bartenders.

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Digital and print revenue down for Yellow Pages, but losses decrease

Total revenue decreased by more than 10% and customer count is also down, but the company’s CEO remains optimistic.

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Postmedia extends financial tech collaboration to 2020

The deal with Mogo aims to help the fintech company build brand awareness through Postmedia’s 200-plus news platforms.

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Torstar announces subscription model following Q1 loss

The Canadian media company made the announcement alongside its first quarter report Wednesday.

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Quebecor’s Q1 revenue up, but media down

Lower revenues from advertising with TVA Network and subscriptions on TVA Sports were offset by growth in Club Illico.

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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.