Articles Tagged ‘Toronto Star’

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Torstar to close Vaughan printing plant

The closure of the business, which will result in the loss of over 200 full-time jobs, follows the announcement of a deal with Transcontinental.

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Data dive: Canada’s digital-print divides

Infographic: Newspaper readers are starting to skew digital, while magazine readers still love to flip a printed page.

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Toronto Star’s tablet edition lands on Android devices

Having reached a 100,000-downloads milestone, Star Touch is now available for wider downloads.

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Online news gains ground: MTM

How news consumption is changing for Canadians, and where newspapers fit into the equation.

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Rona’s tablet-heavy holiday

How the home improvement store doubled its digital spend and partnered with Star Touch and La Presse+ for this year’s push.

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Star Touch announces download milestone

Publisher John Cruickshank announces the app is well on the way to reaching its 2016 goals.

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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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Is La Presse+ model the way forward for news?

Industry insiders weigh in on the impact of the Quebec publisher’s decision to shut down its weekday print editions.

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La Presse to cease weekday print edition

The move is effective at the end of 2015, as is the absorption of Olive Media into Toronto Star and La Presse operations.

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The Star’s new app touches down

John Cruickshank and Carolyn Sadler on the launch of the Star Media Group’s big bet to reach younger readers.

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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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Print ad slide contributes to Torstar revenue drop

Execs announced a majority investment in a digital company as continuing declines in print advertising hurt the media co’s Q2 revenue.

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Data Dive: Pan Am Games get Canadians talking

According to numbers from IPG Mediabrands, 63% of Canadians tuned into at least part of the Games, with Kanye West winning the most tweets.

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The Star increases advertising ahead of tablet launch

A new media campaign from the Toronto Star aims to increase the brand’s presence in-market ahead of its tablet-app debut.

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Apple News launch signals new era of content-based partnerships

The app will rely on human curators and algorithms to collaborate in curating aggregated news.