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Print still crucial for B2B magazines: study

Readers of these publications are also more likely to be in a senior role at a company, according to research firm RKI.

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TC sees strong Q3, but still hurt by lower ad spend

A major dip in revenues was driven by the end of printing of several dailies

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Senate committee calls for changes to digital advertising rules

News Media Canada CEO John Hinds says the country’s newspaper industry is growing increasingly frustrated.

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Quebecor acquires Guide de l’auto

VP of digital content Mathieu Turbide says the acquisition was driven by a desire for more cross-platform content.

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Lise Watier makes a national play with Fashion

The St. Joseph media brand created a branded print feature, with supporting influencer content, for the beauty company’s Haute Nature product launch.

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Former Rogers director joins the Globe to helm business products

Garth Thomas will steer the direction of the company’s business suite, as the verticals become a dominant part of its growth plan.

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Interest in news is still strong: study

Although interest in news remains high, many Canadians still “don’t see the point” of paying for online news.

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Media revenue down for Rogers in Q2

Lower advertising revenue and lower Jays revenue drove the trend.

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Despite digital growth, Postmedia revenue drops 10%

President and COO Andrew MacLeod tells MiC it’s “buying time” for the business as it fights to stand out in digital.

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Torstar lays off 21 at StarMetro

Some services will be moved to north Toronto and Hamilton, although the size of those operations has yet to be determined.

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Annex narrows its target with BlueConic partnership

The two year partnership will give Annex the ability to zero in on audience data for its 68 media brands.

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Torstar, WSJ partnership vies for new audiences

The partnership launched June 12, with future plans for a digital subscription offering through Torstar.

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Postmedia to close six newspapers, cut staff costs by 10%

The organization will shutter six community newspapers across the country, with three additional titles in Manitoba and Ontario closing newsrooms but remaining online.

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Social and mobile up, TV down: GroupM

The latest advertising investment growth predictions from GroupM shows Canadian’s declining interest in traditional media.

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St. Joseph acquires Totem

The content agency, formerly owned by Yellow Pages, produces magazines for several CAA clubs and manages digital sales for national clients.