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St. Joseph relaunches Canadian Business

A return to print in fall 2021 and more dynamic content online will include a focus on entrepreneurs and women in business.

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Torstar acquires rights for Cineplex Magazine

The publisher adds the entertainment publication to its recent list of strategic print acquisitions.

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Mediatonik adds pubs for kids and seniors to its roster

A deal with Bayard gives the rep house access to Good Times, Bel Age and the Owlkids family of magazines.

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Torstar promotes Irene Gentle into strategic media role

Anne Marie Owens, former editor-in-chief of the National Post, succeeds Gentle as editor of the Toronto Star.

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Mastermind Toys signs sponsorship deal with Today’s Parent

The toy retailer will get exclusive access to promotional content formats in both print and online.

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Torstar gets Wheels back on track

The relaunched auto section features coverage enthusiasts have come to expect, as well as lifestyle content that reflects changes in the marketplace.

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How Google feels about calls for news legislation

Sources from the company say its own market-based solutions to paying for news will help a “self-sustaining news model.”

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ICYMI: Sportsnet expands WWE programming

Plus, Waze expands its ad tools and John Hinds retires from News Media Canada.

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Ad revenue down by 15.9% at Quebecor in 2020

The impact of the pandemic on its advertising business was, however, offset by an increase in telecommunications revenue.

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Onlia adds custom content to its mix with Torstar partnership

The digital insurance brand hopes a series of cross-platform content plays will add thought leadership to an awareness-focused strategy.

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A2C releases a guide on how to support local media

The Guide to Responsible Media Practices is part of the organization’s goal of injecting $200 million into the ecosystem.

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Canadians’ trust in news could herald a boost in spend

Spending in newspapers is expected to be stable, but digital spending around news content could increase.

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Newspapers go blank to pressure Google and Facebook

The Toronto Star, National Post and nearly 100 other papers show what might happen if tech giants don’t pay for the content they generate ad revenue from.