The Globe and Mail will occupy the top five floors of a 17-storey building at 351 King Street East in downtown Toronto. Employees will start moving at the end of fall 2016.
TC Media has withdrawn from the Halifax market with the sale of its three community newspapers to the Chronicle-Herald.
More and more publishers are convinced native advertising will play an important role in whatever new business model for news emerges out of journalism’s current economic crisis, writes J-Source Future of News editor Ira Basen.
As part of its long-term plan to get out of the real estate business, Postmedia Network is selling off its Calgary Herald building and the Kennedy Heights printing facility for the Vancouver Sun and The Province. The sales would mean the loss of approximately 200 job losses in B.C. and another 60 in Calgary.