Tag: Transcontinental

Breaking: Ian Giles Exits MediaCom, Heads To Harbinger

We just got word that Ian Giles is turning in his employee badge today at MediaCom where he has been their Director of Social Strategy since joining in January 2012. While there he was able to leverage his depth of experience developing integrated campaigns by drawing from strict disciplines such as consumer behavior, direct marketing, analytics, and social media. Ian also managed s

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Ted Markle Appointed President Of TC Media

Transcontinental has announced the appointment of Edward John (Ted) Markle as President of the Corporation’s media sector, TC Media, a division of Transcontinental. Previously, Ted was Senior Vice President, Content Solutions, for TC Media since 2011, as he took over for François Olivier, President and Chief Executive Officer of Transcontinental.

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Earnings: Transcontinental Increases Revenues By 8% In Third Quarter

The pieces continue to come together for Transcontinental as they reported their third quarter earnings and stated an 8% revenue growth for the quarter, from $479.4 million to $517.0 million. The growth was driven primarily by the acquisition of Quad/Graphics Canada, Inc. and Redux Media.
President and Chief Executive Officer, François Olivier also said he expects to see the fruits of the Redux Media acquisition

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Joanne Acri Says Bye-Bye Yahoo, Hello TC Media

Yahoo lost another great talent recently as Joanne Acri made it official, and is turning in her purple employee badge after 8 years. She will be joining TC Media, a division of Transcontinental as their new Marketing Director.

While at Yahoo, Joanne has held a number of roles including Senior Marketing Manager, Marketing Manager, Marketing Specialist. Prior to that she was Senior Web Marketer at the Globe and Mail.

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Earnings: Transcontinental, Revenues Increase 6% For Q2 2012

Not a bar quarter for Transcontinental as they report their second quarter earnings for 2012 today. The company reported an increased in revenues by 6% in the second quarter, from $498.7 million to $529.4 million, driven primarily by the acquisition of Quad/Graphics Canada, Inc. as well as numerous acquisitions and launches of community newspapers in Quebec, and new contracts such as Canadian Tire.

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