Articles Tagged ‘Paul Godfrey’

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Revenue drops 10% at Postmedia in Q4

The company celebrated increases in digital revenue, but print still dropped by 17%.

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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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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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Postmedia Q1 revenue declines 10.3%

Digital revenues are up again, but cost containment remains a priority.

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On Postmedia’s print shakeup: “This is not palliative care”

Company president Andrew MacLeod said there is a light at the end of the tunnel, but Postmedia needs to shed weight to get there.

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Postmedia and Torstar to swap and shutter papers

More than 30 community and commuter newspapers, including 24 Hours, were traded between the two companies in a non-cash transaction.

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Print revenue continues to decline at Postmedia

The company reported a profitable fourth quarter and fiscal year, but as financial results revealed, print revenue continues to dwindle.

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Andrew MacLeod named Postmedia president

Paul Godfrey will remain CEO but said the company is setting up a “seamless transition for the future.”

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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%.

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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.

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Failure not an option for Godfrey

The Postmedia president and CEO said government assistance could provide the “runway” the media industry needs to bridge the gap between print and digital.

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CBC responds to growing dissent over digital presence

The Globe’s Phillip Crawley was among those appearing before the standing committee on Canadian Heritage.

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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.

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Rainy River Review bids adieu

The publisher of the soon-to-be-shuttered daily paper said government ad spend has shifted, leaving the paper (and readers) at an impasse.