Postmedia executive chairman Paul Godfrey said in a statement that the revenue declines from its legacy business had slowed and there were “positive signs” from its digital advertising initiatives.
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Torstar CEO John Boynton says the initiative represents a major investment in journalism for Torstar outside of its Toronto headquarters.
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Operating revenue was $169.34 million in the three months ended Dec. 31, down from $188.4 million in the fourth quarter of 2016.
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HuffPost Canada’s blogging platform is staying open, even though HuffPost US has ended its self publishing contributors platform.
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Union representing Global News workers says Vancouver newsroom took the biggest hit, with 21 staff laid off.
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Number of cuts come two weeks before Torstar Q4 results to be announced.
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The January layoffs took effect just as the 160-year-old Times Colonist announced the sale and impending renovation of its building.
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Last week, Rogers Media announced it would be ending its $100 million deal with Vice Canada and taking Viceland off the air.
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The 24-hour-a-day Viceland television channel launched in February 2016.
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In some communities, internet access is so limited municipalities can’t rely on social media as a replacement for news.
Read More Continue Reading As local media outlets close, Ontario mayors struggle with how to get information to the public