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Canadian newspapers give status update on digital revenues Special

Toronto - While stopping short of offering real solutions to the continued decline of print ad revenue, Canadian newspaper industry executives provided an interesting glimpse into their attempts at making money from the digital world.

Globe: Tip links Rob Ford alleged crack video to murder case

Toronto - In a new twist to this saga, The Globe and Mail ran a story today indicating the alleged video of Toronto's embattled mayor, Rob Ford, smoking crack cocaine, may be linked to a murder investigation.

Globe prints story on Doug Ford, former alleged drug dealer

It seems the chickens may be coming home to roost with regard the Ford family. On the heels of the Toronto Star story on Mayor Rob Ford's alleged crack cocaine usage, The Globe and Mail has published a story on his brother Coun. Doug Ford's drug days.

Future of Media 2013 recap: Branded content wooing brands, media Special

Toronto - Branded content, or content marketing, could save journalism from its financial precipice while also giving brands a 24/7 strategy to entice new fans, the audience heard at the recent Future of Media event in Toronto's Drake Hotel.

Future of Media Preview: Q&A w/ Globe & Mail’s Steve Ladurantaye Special

In this interview with the Globe & Mail's media reporter, Steve Ladurantaye gives us a taste of what he thinks about branded content in a lead-up to a March 14 Future of Media discussion in Toronto.

Digital Journal announces Future of Media event, panel to debate role of branded content

Toronto - Digital Journal Inc. announced its next Future of Media event featuring some of the most influential leaders in media and branded content. The March 14, 2013 event will feature speakers from BuzzFeed, Digiday, Globe & Mail and /newsrooms.

Op-Ed: Canada's Globe and Mail and Postmedia Network set up paywalls

Toronto - The giant Postmedia Network Inc. newspaper chain will set up paywalls on all of its titles by early in the New Year. The company blames the loss on a weak print advertising market.

Op-Ed: Justin Trudeau Liberal Leadership race: Week 3

Ottawa - In which the erstwhile reporter teaches Canada's national press the proper definition of icon and Carneys while offering a backwards off kilter not regretful and insincere apology to G&M's John Ibbitson.

Newfoundland minor hockey parents required to take respect course

Parents whose children are beginning minor hockey in Newfoundland and Labrador will be required to take a one-hour online course on how to behave at the arena.

KHL only taking 'top-level' NHL players in lockout scenario

Players considering the Kontinental Hockey League as an alternative in the event of an NHL lockout may find themselves turned away at the door.

Op-Ed: There is nothing wrong, or parochial, with Pauline Marois' French

The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms establishes the equal status of English and French as the two official languages in the country. But according to a recent paper written by journalist Lysiane Gagnon, one appears to be more equal than the other.

Sailors in distress died after U.S. cruise liner refused to stop

A fishing boat had been adrift for two weeks when passengers on luxury liner Star Princess spotted sailors waving for help and alerted the captain, but the cruise liner did not stop to help. UPDATE: Company issues statement, eyewitnesses comment.

Globe and Mail is favorite to win National Newspaper Awards

Toronto - The Globe and Mail is the clear leader of a pack of 25 Canadian news organisations competing for honours at the 63rd annual National Newspaper Awards Gala, which will take place April 27 in Toronto.

Op-Ed: On Serena Williams and how sportswomen can’t act like this

I first caught highlights of Serena Williams’ now infamous tirade against US Open umpire Eva Asderaki while I was at the gym.

Not making the grade when it comes to heath at Canada's schools

According to a Globe and Mail survey, the first of its kind in Canada, our schools aren't as healthy as they should be.
 

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The next Future of Media event takes place March 14 in Toronto. Speakers include: Jonathan Perelman, Vice President of Agency Strategy and Development for BuzzFeed; Josh Sternberg, reporter at digital media news outlet Digiday; Steve Ladurantaye, media reporter at the Globe & Mail; and Sabaa Quao, Chief Marketing Officer of Digital Journal Inc. and co-founder of /newsrooms
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