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History made at Canadian Ink and Beyond confab

Canadian newspapers this week achieved an historic level of cooperation, unthinkable a decade ago. Their Ink and Beyond annual conference in Toronto for the first...

RIS Media launches real estate network

RISMedia, publisher of Real Estate Magazine, has launched a Real Estate Information Network for brokers. Yet another one of the "In-house" or consumer-facing real...

Sales as a profession, not just a job

TORONTO -- In an information-packed presentation, Peter Kvarnstrom shared his philosophies about effective techniques for advertising sales. "You need to treat...

Fairfax takes on Aussie government

Ever since Fairfax Media merged with Rural Press in 2007 non-metropolitan Australia has been part of its turf. So when Australia's government broadcaster, the ABC,...

Reinventing classifieds

For a while, newspapers have been talking about reinventing classifieds. But few have taken the plunge. Hearst Newspapers will unveil its reinvention strategy...

More cuts in classifieds

Here’s a change we expect to see a lot more often: For the second time in a few days (see our story here), a newspaper has announced that it’s reducing...

Canwest shares double in value

There can't be many media company stocks that have doubled in value recently, but Canada's Canwest Global Communications Corp. has done that and more. After...

Globe and Mail to publish on Sundays…next year

While some newspapers are publishing on fewer days or eliminating their print editions entirely, Canada's Globe and Mail will begin publishing on Sundays for the...

Fatal flaws in local media sales

Last fall's Networked Journalism Summit  has sparked a delayed but  spot-on blog entry "Five Fatal Flaws that are killing local Internet plays" ...