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The Logic’s David Skok on its new partnership with Postmedia
2 years ago

The Logic’s David Skok on its new partnership with Postmedia

What’s next for the year-old journalism startup having established itself as a major new player and now, taken on a strategic investment
Morale described as ‘grim’ at Globe and Mail newsroom in lead-up to voluntary buyout offer
2 years ago

Morale described as ‘grim’ at Globe and Mail newsroom in lead-up to voluntary buyout offer

The paper will cut $10-million in labour costs, publisher told staff, and employees can accept voluntary package until May 29  
Torstar reports $7.4M loss in first quarter, revenue down from a year ago
2 years ago

Torstar reports $7.4M loss in first quarter, revenue down from a year ago

Torstar Corp. reported a smaller first-quarter loss than a year ago as revenue declined.
What the death of local news means for the federal election
2 years ago

What the death of local news means for the federal election

In the absence of media scrutiny, politicians have started to spin their own stories
Postmedia posts bigger Q2 loss as revenue from print operations continues decline
2 years ago

Postmedia posts bigger Q2 loss as revenue from print operations continues decline

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 and circulation patterns. The owner of the National Post…
25 laid off at Red Deer Advocate
2 years ago

25 laid off at Red Deer Advocate

The news comes as Black Press Ltd. closes newspaper’s pressroom and mailroom
A Calgary radio station sets the standard for community fundraising
2 years ago

A Calgary radio station sets the standard for community fundraising

By  •  Business, Feature
As campus radio stations struggle with new financial realities, CJSW’s success offers its peers a model to replicate
Rogers Media publishing arm sold to St. Joseph
2 years ago

Rogers Media publishing arm sold to St. Joseph

In a deal expected to close in April 2019, print brands Maclean’s, Chatelaine and digital Flare will migrate to Canada’s largest private media company
Changes come to one of Atlantic Canada’s largest media companies
2 years ago

Changes come to one of Atlantic Canada’s largest media companies

Since Feb. 19, SaltWire Network has announced paywalls, wire service switchups and the upcoming sale of several company buildings
Facebook Canada announces $2.5-million investment in Canadian news industry
2 years ago

Facebook Canada announces $2.5-million investment in Canadian news industry

The social media giant pledges funds to launch a Local News Accelerator