What’s next for 2017: print
Experts predict what the Canadian industry can expect to see from magazines and newspapers in 2017.
Now magazine adds ‘Dine and Shop’ package
The free weekly has chosen to diversify its revenue streams by adding e-commerce.
Layoffs, restructuring at Rogers Media’s English-language titles
The media company has implemented a new organizational structure that leans more heavily on digital.
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.
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.
CBC responds to growing dissent over digital presence
The Globe’s Phillip Crawley was among those appearing before the standing committee on Canadian Heritage.
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.
Bell Media launches cross-country Gusto campaign
The multiplatform campaign will aim to capture a mostly-female audience and direct them to the specialty channel’s free preview period.
Brunico acquires Marketing and CARD from Rogers
The assets will be integrated into the company’s existing slate of marketing and advertising publications and events.
Quebecor to cut 8% of workforce
The media company is also shuttering two magazines, CHEZ SOI and Tellement bon.
Printing plant sale leads to positive quarter for Torstar
Declining ad revenue was offset by cost reductions and the sale of its printing plant.
Postmedia renews Paul Godfrey’s contract
The media co’s president and CEO will continue in his position until at least 2020, as the company continues to navigate the various blows to the print media industry.
Postmedia reports $99.4 million Q4 loss
The media company is adding a planned 20% reduction in salary expenses to existing cost reduction initiatives.
Globe and Mail tops Vividata’s rankings
The firm’s latest study shows print readership is stable, but millennials still favour digital more than their boomer counterparts.
Steady as she goes: Toronto Life turns 50
As the magazine’s golden anniversary approaches, its publisher reflects on how it’s adjusted to the trials of print advertising.