Articles Tagged ‘Toronto Sun’

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The Sun gets first Postmedia push

The launch of the print, digital and OOH campaign was timed strategically with the start of the paper’s major hockey coverage.

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Toronto Star boosts circulation: CCAB

Bolstered by jumps in sponsored/free copies, the Torstar title was one of the sole paid dailies to see gains for the three months between April and June.

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Toronto Star sees circulation drop: CCAB

The daily’s numbers are down from the last quarter, but still come in ahead of the Toronto Sun.

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Toronto Star has highest paid circ in city: CCAB

The daily had a higher paid circulation than the Toronto Sun, according to the first quarterly CCAB numbers.

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Postmedia to relocate Toronto Sun team

Postmedia has announced plans for all Toronto Sun staff to relocate to Postmedia’s head office.

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Sun Media added as Canadian Olympic Committee partner

The Quebecor-owned publisher is named COC’s official national French-language media partner and regional French- and English-language media partner.

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Rogers adds sponsors, conference to Bills in Toronto

The executive director of the game, Greg Albrecht, tells MiC about the expansion of this year’s event.

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Toronto Star tops in TO: NADbank

The Torstar paper pulled in the most readers both in print and online for the city according to the latest numbers.

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Sun Media to add a paywall

The digital hubs of the publisher’s papers will introduce the Sun+ subscription service Dec. 4.

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Toronto Crime Stoppers targets potential gas stealers

Mug shots of ordinary citizens are being used in the creative for the organization’s campaign to create awareness against stealing gas.

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Quebecor cuts 400 jobs: Union

The media co’s Sun Media papers have made the cuts following a Q3 loss earlier this month.

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Quebecor sees Q3 drop

A one-time accounting loss and weaker TV revenue lead to the tumble, despite higher overall revenue.