The Ontario Community Newspapers Association is pleased to announce that we have again partnered with Newspapers Toolbox to offer you an online entry platform to make your submission process quicker and easier!
The Competition website is now open for entries. Submit your entries in PDF format by visiting the OCNA BNC Competition website at 2015 OCNA Awards.
The 75th National Newspaper Week (NNW), taking place next week, will focus on the power of the press. The initiative celebrates the important of community and daily newspapers in communities around the world.
By John Foust
Congruence is an important characteristic of communication. In order to get a message through, all of the ingredients have to match. Most of the time, congruence comes naturally. Just notice how strange it feels to say the word 'yes' and shake your head 'no'.
Help us recognize the junior citizens who make our communities better!
Nominations for the 2015 Ontario Junior Citizen Awards are open until November 30.
Canada has a new press and newsmedia council thanks to a refreshed and renewed commitment to the newsmedia industry by publications across the country, as well as the successful amalgamation of several regional press councils, including the Ontario Press Council, the Atlantic Press Council and the British Columbia Press Council, it was announced today. A launch celebration is planned for early October.
Join Online Media Campus on Thursday, September 17 for a webinar focused on digging deeper with story ideas to enrich the experience for readers.
With a federal election soon to be called, Newspapers Canada has answers to some common questions about election laws. It should be noted that these rules only take effect after an election has been called. Click here to learn about advertising blackout periods, restrictions on election ads, reporting on opinion ads and more.
In an effort to engage the public and support professional journalism in Canada, a group of media stakeholders have developed a campaign titled JournalismIS. The advertising component of the initiative includes a series of print, video and digital ads representing 10 journalism principles including 'telling the truth' and 'getting answers'.
Sponsors include Postmedia, Newspapers Canada, the Canadian Association of Journalists, the Ryerson School of Journalism and Unifor.