Douglas Kelly

Doug Kelly on bringing audiences and ideas together

The new president of St. Joseph Media says the media industry is not a “troubled, hopeless environment” — you just have to know where to capitalize.


The Globe and Mail to cease print delivery to Maritimes

Phillip Crawley, publisher and CEO, said the costs of delivering papers to the area no longer makes good business sense.

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The Globe debuts new ad unit with Lexus campaign

The luxury automaker is adding three new lines of cars – and the new multi-platform ad unit – to a second year of promotions with the Globe.


Print continues to hamper Torstar in Q2

Revenues from Vertical Scope and other digital ventures increased, but soft national advertising sales contributed to a 19% decrease in revenue.


Vancouver Magazine hits 50 on stable footing

The Yellow Pages-owned title wears its age well, but an aging readership and digital competitors present a challenge.


Cost-saving measures give Postmedia a profitable quarter

A $13 million net profit for Q3 was largely due to one-time, non-cash items such as the sale of Infomart, with revenue still down 11.1%.


Media leaders react to Heritage Committee recommendations

Bob Cox, Paul Godfrey and John Honderich on what the government’s role should be, whether or not the CBC makes a dent in their online ad revenue and how likely the report’s proposals are to be adopted.


Digital gains can’t make up for print drops: Vividata

The Globe and Mail once again topped Vividata’s rankings for overall reach, but most newspapers saw declines in print audience from last quarter.

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National Post stops the presses on Monday print edition

The Monday paper will still appear in digital form, but SVP Gerry Nott says the strategic decision is a “logical next step” in the transition to a more digital news landscape.

Douglas Knight

Douglas Knight on the business of building community

After announcing his retirement, the president of St. Joseph Media says change is constant, but the last decade has been a big challenge.


Douglas Knight to retire from St. Joseph Media

The president is stepping down next month.


TV and digital gap to narrow: Zenith

Zenith’s newest numbers show that Canadians’ mobile usage is surging – but it’s not enough to make up for drops in other media.

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Elle Canada is streaming its September issue planning session

The editorial planning session is designed to make the magazine brand more accessible to readers while promoting its September issue.


La Presse to go 100% digital

The move will result in the loss of 49 positions at the paper, which will print its last Saturday edition at the end of 2017.


Elle Canada puts its best face forward with custom makeup collection

The TVA-owned beauty publication has partnered with Lise Waiter Cosmetics to create a custom makeup collection, a first for Canadian beauty magazines.