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John Boynton named CEO of Torstar

The former Aimia and Rogers Communications chief marketer will take the reigns from David Holland in March.

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Torstar posts improvements in Q4

Revenues from print advertising and subscribers continue to slide, but the media co ended 2016 with a net income rather than a loss.

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One wild escalator ride

How Canadian publications are using sophisticated targeting and engagement techniques to retain and win more valuable readers.

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Another executive departure at Star Media Group

Kirk MacDonald has left the company, leaving a sales shuffle in his wake.

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Soft national ad market pushes up losses at TorStar

The publisher’s Q2 report shows a net operating loss of $24.3 million, with print ad revenue declining by 16.9%.

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TorStar’s David Holland announces retirement

The publishing company is taking the opportunity to cut costs at the highest level following the back-to-back departure of two of his top-level execs.

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TorStar reports increased Q1 losses

Falling ad revenues, increased digital investment and restructuring costs were responsible for ballooning quarterly losses.

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Torstar revenue continues slide

Print and subscription drops hurt the media co’s third quarter, as David Holland talks numbers for Star Touch.

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Declining print ad sales hit Torstar’s Q1

The company’s segmented revenue was down nearly 23% from the same period last year.

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Torstar revenue down in fourth quarter

The company is betting big on the launch of a tablet product later this year.

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Torstar revenue down in second quarter

Continued cost cutting allows the media corporation to post a second quarter profit despite continued losses in ad revenue.

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Torstar posts Q3 losses

The media company attributed its media segment losses to declines in newspaper ad revenue, while digital losses were due to lower revenues at Wagjag and Workopolis.