Stewardship Ontario has released updates relating to 2014 and 2015 fee setting, caused by a recent arbitration ruling in favour of the Association of Municipalities (AMO) and the City of Toronto.
In short, the ruling leaves Stewardship Ontario (SO) with a 2014 revenue gap of $17.4 million, of which $9.7 million will be paid from accumulated SO reserves, leaving the remaining $7.7 million to be spread across Stewards.
A fifth invoice will soon be issued to Stewards amounting to $0.50 per...
In 2015 Magazines Canada will initiate a concentrated subscription campaign that builds online presence for and knowledge of Canadian magazines.
The Online Connections project will help Canadian magazines grow their sales and marketing presence in the digital marketplace, selling both print and digital subscriptions.
The campaign elements of Online Connections include:
Cooperative Online Sales Opportunities & Promotions: The campaign will partner with one or more companies with a...
Coming soon in 2015: the Canadian Cover Awards!
The awards will open for submissions on January 6, 2015 at coverawards.ca .
The Canadian Cover Awards/Grands prix canadiens - Meilleures couvertures are the only awards of their kind in Canada, celebrating the importance of magazine covers in Canadian single copy sales.
January will be here sooner than we think, so start planning which issues your magazine would like to submit! The awards are open to publishers of English- and...
Canada’s Magazine Media evolves to reach audiences wherever they want it
Magazines Canada is taking its audience marketing efforts in an exciting new cross-platform direction.
Using a "mini movie," print advertising, social media and online promotions, the Content Connects Canadians campaign aims to drive audiences to retail outlets, subscriptions sites and digital products.
The habits of today's audiences are changing and magazine media is evolving to meet those needs on all...
As you may remember, Magazines Canada commissioned Lacunae Consulting Ltd. to undertake a study on the industry's video and app needs. The study, generously supported by the Ontario Media Development Corporation, determined that the creation of a portal that connects magazines to app and video creators is not viable at present. Though publishers recognize the demand for and attractiveness of video content, many are still in the experimental stage of producing and trying to...