No news is bad news': Canadian media is collapsing, says journalist and author
The media landscape is shifting dramatically and Vancouver is one of many cities that are feeling the crunch due to declines in advertising and sales and the rise of digital platforms.
Earlier this year, newspaper giant Postmedia cut 90 jobs across the country, merging the Vancouver Sun and the Province newsrooms. And just this week, the 24-Hour newspaper in Vancouver closed its doors, laying off its entire staff.
Whistler Film Festival Launches Digital First Lab Call for Applications
As part of its talent program slate, the Whistler Film Festival has added a new digital content themed Digital First Lab for Western Canadian content creators with projects in development.
Hillary Clinton's Digital Staff Gives 6 Marketing Lessons They've Learned From This Bizarre Election
There's just over four weeks left in this year's bizarre presidential race, and it's crunch time for Hillary Clinton's campaign.
From working a plethora of social platforms to testing sophisticated forms of data targeting and handling Internet trolls, the 2016 presidential election has been the most digital race in American history—making it full of lessons for marketers.