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Shareable Stats on Newspapers

What is the state of total advertising revenue in 2016? Do readers trust the advertising they see in newspapers? And what kind of effectiveness...

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Catching up with CASL: Publishers and Canada’s anti-spam legislation

Last week Newspapers Canada, in conjunction with a lengthy list of partners, sponsored a workshop entitled: 'The Publishers Guide to Compliance'. The session provided attendees with a...

SALES & MARKETING TOOLS

Shareable Stats on Newspapers

What is the state of total advertising revenue in 2016? Do readers trust the advertising they see in newspapers? And what kind of effectiveness do newspapers have on shaping consumer behaviour? All these critical questions,...

Presentation: Newspapers are the #OriginalSocialMedia

Long before there was Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter, there was the printed newspaper. The local newspaper was the central pulse of information about everyone and everything happening in the community. From births and deaths,...
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Community Newspapers Drive Results – Webinar

In May 2016, Newspapers Canada launched an exciting new research study that explored engagement with community newspapers and the role they play in the automotive path-to-purchase. This webinar was originally held on May 12, 2016,...

5 Things You Thought You Knew About Community Newspapers

Think you know everything about community newspapers? Think again. This presentation, based on research conducted in 2016 by Totum Research for Newspapers Canada, highlights five strengths of community newspapers including multi-platform readership, reasons for reading...

New Car Buyers 2016 – Presentation

Newspaper Media Drive Automotive Sales 2016 What media influence vehicle purchases in Canada? Vehicle advertisers want to know the facts about the market in Canada. This study was created after consulting with industry experts and dealers...

New Car Buyers 2016 – Fact Sheet

Newspaper Media Drive Automotive Sales 2016 Seven out of ten new car buyers are reading automotive ads in printed newspapers compared to 16% reading auto ads on social media. 40% of new car buyers read auto ads in digital newspapers. In...

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Catching up with CASL: Publishers and Canada’s anti-spam legislation

Last week Newspapers Canada, in conjunction with a lengthy list of partners, sponsored a workshop entitled: 'The Publishers Guide to Compliance'. The session provided attendees with a wide-ranging update on the need for the publishing industry to comply...

CBC President: Limiting access to the digital public space is not in the public...

Hubert Lacroix, the president and CEO of CBC/Radio-Canada, has written a strongly-worded letter to the chair of the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage, as it completes its study on 'Media and Local Communities'. "The challenges...

Could Google come to the aid of newspaper publishers?

The investments currently being made by Google's Digital News Initiative, in Europe, could be a viable option to help guide news publishers through a challenging financial restructuring, without requiring government intervention. According to the World Association of Newspapers...

Apply now for the CPF Aid to Publishers funding program

The 2017-2018 Applicant's Guide and Application Form for the Aid to Publishers component of the Canada Periodical Fund (CPF) are now available. Canadian Heritage has made a number of important adjustments to the funding program...

Globe publisher asks Canadian Heritage to level the playing field for newspapers

In the wake of the CBC's ongoing digital expansion, Globe and Mail publisher and CEO Phillip Crawley recently testified before the Canadian Heritage committee of the House of Commons, calling on Ottawa to rein in the public...

Access Copyright royalties set to decline in 2017

Publishers should be prepared for a significant decline in Access Copyright royalties beginning in June 2017, says a new memo from Roanie Levy, the organization's executive director. According to the memo, the organization says it...