Webinars

Magazines Canada hosts a series of one-hour webinars focusing on timely and relevant topics to help you run your business.

Each webinar is moderated by an industry veteran, allows you to ask questions of the presenter, and is available to return to it again and again.

The webinars are economical and practical and you can even mix and match with special package pricing.

So take an hour out of your day at home or the office and listen live by web and phone. Keep yourself and your staff up to date in a constantly changing industry. Tune in!

Upcoming Webinars

Alternative Funding Models for Small Magazines

Wednesday, August 29, 2018
2PM ET

Small magazines can always use cash, but raising money can be a challenge for already overtaxed small magazines with limited resources. Join Lisa Whittington-Hill on Wednesday, August 29 at 2 pm (ET) for this session exploring alternative funding models for your magazine. We’ll cover everything from monthly donor programs and brand extensions to crowdfunding and online appeals. You’ll walk away with practical tips and expert advice that will help your magazine get more money from existing sources, as well as effectively and efficiently cultivate new revenue streams.

Lisa Whittington-Hill HeadshotLisa Whittington-Hill is the publisher of This Magazine, Canada’s leading progressive magazine of politics, arts and culture. She has served as a director on the Magazines Canada Board and chaired the association’s consumer marketing committee. She was the 2017 Magazines Canada Volunteer of the Year and currently serves on the boards of the National Magazines Awards and Canadian Women in the Literary Arts (CWILA). She also works as a circulation and marketing consultant for small magazines and is a fundraising consultant for Magazines Canada’s Travelling Consultants Program. Lisa teaches magazine marketing and publishing at Centennial College in Toronto.

Free to Magazines Canada members!
Email Kiley at kpole@magazinescanada.ca to register.

Webinar Archive

Magazines Canada members can access the complete webinar archive in the Resource Centre. Make sure you’re logged in! Having troubles accessing the webinar archive? Email Kiley at kpole@magazinescanada.ca for help.

Pricing and Registration

FREE to Magazines Canada members
Email Kiley at kpole@magazinescanada.ca to register.

FAQ

What do I need to connect?

For the audio, you need:

  • A touch-telephone. You’ll be sent the number to call along with the access code when you register. If you have a group of colleagues joining you, you’ll need a speaker phone.

For the presentation, you need:

  • A high speed Internet connection. (Note: wireless connections aren’t recommended.)
  • A web link, which will be sent to you when you register. Click on the link, enter as a “guest” and type your name.
  • Always test your system prior to the webinar to make sure you have the right add-ins and adequate connection speed.

How do I get the access information for the webinar?

The access information will be sent to the email address used to register, prior to the webinar. If you haven’t received the info by 9:00 am on the day of the webinar, or if you’ve misplaced it, email kpole@magazinescanada.ca. If you need this info once the webinar’s in progress, contact Kiley Pole or call 416.504.0274 x238.

Do I have to register everyone at my magazine?

No. Everybody at your magazine is welcome. Just register one person for your magazine and share the access coordinates with your coworkers.

I participated in the webinar. Can I get a copy of presentation used?

Yes, the presentation is available to registrants after the webinar.

Can I ask questions during the webinar?

Yes. Your line will be muted during the presentation, but a chat box will appear during the last 10-15 minutes of the webinar at which time you can type in your questions.

I registered but missed the live webinar. Is there a recording available?

Yes, in most cases a recording is available to registrants.

Magazines Canada acknowledges the support of the Government of Canada through the Canada Periodical Fund of the Department of Canadian Heritage for this project.