Canada has seen a sharp increase in the number of media startups in the last few years. Here’s how four have managed to sustain themselves
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By David Paddon, The Canadian Press
Shares in Torstar Corp. plunged after the company reported a larger-than-expected loss and suspended its quarterly dividend, setting in motion a mechanism that could… Continue Reading Torstar suspends dividend until at least late 2020, stock plunges
What’s next for the year-old journalism startup having established itself as a major new player and now, taken on a strategic investment
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The paper will cut $10-million in labour costs, publisher told staff, and employees can accept voluntary package until May 29
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Torstar Corp. reported a smaller first-quarter loss than a year ago as revenue declined.
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In the absence of media scrutiny, politicians have started to spin their own stories
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Postmedia Network Canada Corp. says it lost nearly $5.1 million in the second quarter as its revenue dropped 7.5 per cent compared with last year as a result of shifting advertising… Continue Reading Postmedia posts bigger Q2 loss as revenue from print operations continues decline
As campus radio stations struggle with new financial realities, CJSW’s success offers its peers a model to replicate
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