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Introducing On The Move “Live” – March 19, Tickets Now On Sale

By Dave Forde / February 27, 2013

Today, we’d like to share with you some exciting news about our newest event that we’re calling On The Move “Live.” Each month will will invite 2 – 3 guests that we’ve written about in our On The Move column from our two publications Profectio and PR In Canada for an interactive discussion focused on trends and the future of advertising, communications and marketing world.

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Profectio Score Board – October 2012

By Dave Forde / November 12, 2012

Here is a look back at some of the big moves in the Canadian online advertising and marketing industry such as new hires, promotions and account wins. Be sure to submit your company’s news.

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Dominique-Sébastien Forest Says Good-Bye To TC Media

By Dave Forde / October 3, 2012

Dominique-Sébastien Forest announced earlier today that he is leaving TC Media (a division of Transcontinental) and hist post as Vice President National Digital Media, but of course will still remain Chair of the IAB Canada. No word yet on what is next for Dominique,

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TC Media Secures Strategic Partnership With Glacier Media

By Dave Forde / August 1, 2012

Chalk up another win for TC Media, today they announced a new strategic digital partnership with Glacier Media Inc., a publicly traded, Canadian media company with its headquarters in Vancouver. As part of this new partnership, TC Media will from now on represent national online advertising sales on Glacier Media’s digital properties.

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Earnings: Transcontinental, Revenues Increase 6% For Q2 2012

By Dave Forde / June 7, 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.