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How the Canadian Newspaper Industry Can Adapt to Changes

Business Wire

In March 2017, Postmedia Network, Canada’s largest newspaper company, announced 54 layoffs at the Vancouver Sun and Vancouver Province newsrooms. Declining advertising dollars, low subscription numbers, and the emergence and disruption of digital have all contributed to the financial hardships affecting many Canadian news publications.

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Is it a Sin to Advertise Religion?

Mindful Marketing

By contrast, in advertising, politics are usually fair game, but religion has largely remained off-limits, until now. Given my past and present advertising-related roles, people sometimes ask my opinion about ads, and because I teach at a Christian University, my views on marketing that involves religion has some extra appeal.


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How Does a Business Press Release Differ From Advertising?

PR Fuel

Every enterprise needs to create a brand around which business advertisements will revolve. Another popular way of marketing your brand is through advertising. To use both business press releases and advertisements effectively, you need to understand how the two differ. What Is Advertising? billion in 2021.

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Print newspapers still drive best ad engagement in Canada

Agility PR Solutions

Do newspapers still have ad power? They sure do in the Great White North, according to a new study from News Media Canada, which found that printed newspaper ads engage Canadians more than any other medium, print or digital. The post Print newspapers still drive best ad engagement in Canada appeared first on Agility PR Solutions.

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How bad is the newspaper industry’s decline? It depends who you ask

Agility PR Solutions

Few industries have been as battered in the Internet age as the newspaper business. This traditional-media mainstay has seen incredible decline—in circulation, advertising dollars, and staff, not to mention influence and import. The post How bad is the newspaper industry’s decline?

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Newspapers remain a political campaigning tool: question everything you read

Stephen Waddington

Newspapers are about as useful as campaign leaflets as a form of electoral scrutiny. It's The Sun Wot Won It" has become shorthand for the influence of the media on the election process yet the fragmentation of media means that no newspaper has the influence to swing an election if indeed it ever did.

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The Chicago Sun-Times’s Strategy May Save Newspapers

The Stalwart Blog

Regardless of your political leanings, this strategy of "don't be everything to everyone" could stand as a model for other newspapers to follow. . Yet many outlets hold on to this approach in part because long-standing advertisers still see value in supporting particular pieces of content.