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    As the magazine industry continues to change, there are many things that we can learn as long-standing magazines continue to adapt and succeed. In this episode of AudioMag, Melony Ward, publisher of Canada’s History and Kayak: Canada’s History Magazine for Kids, discusses how she looks to the past to move forward.

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    As the magazine industry continues to change, there are many things that we can learn as long-standing magazines continue to adapt and succeed. In this episode of AudioMag, Melony Ward, publisher of Canada’s History and Kayak: Canada’s History Magazine for Kids, discusses how she looks to the past to move forward.

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    With a minority government, magazines must be focused in order to stay at the forefront of public policy. In this episode, Shirlee Engel, Public Affairs Counsellor at Compass Rose Group, reflects on the 2019 federal election and looks forward to what the results mean for Canadian magazines. This episode of AudioMag is produced by Messenger Bag Media for Magazines Canada.

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    With a minority government, magazines must be focused in order to stay at the forefront of public policy. Shirlee Engel reflects on the 2019 federal election and looks forward to what the results mean for Canadian magazines.

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    In this episode of AudioMag, we talk with Matthew Stepanic, the editor of Glass Buffalo, about his journey from publisher to retail curator.

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    In order to adapt to the changing marketplace, magazine publishers are finding creative, new revenue streams. In this episode of AudioMag, Matthew Stepanic, editor of Glass Buffalo and poetry editor of Eighteen Bridges, shares his journey from publisher to retail curator. This episode of AudioMag is produced by Messenger Bag Media for Magazines Canada.

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    Events can help you build community and benefit your magazine in diverse ways. In our latest AudioMag episode, we discuss how small, independent magazines can host successful events with founder and publisher of…

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    Events can help you build community and benefit your magazine in diverse ways. Listen as Magazines Canada discusses how small, independent magazines can benefit from hosting events with founder and publisher of Curated Life, Julene Chung. This episode of AudioMag is produced by Messenger Bag Media for Magazines Canada.

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    Magazines and brands are getting to podcasts. But creating podcasts that people actually want to listen to requires strong editorial strategy and audience development. In this special two-part episode of AudioMag, we hear insights from Tom Webster, SVP of Edison Research and Chris Boyce, Co-Founder of Pacific Content. This is Part II. Music: TimeTrain by PC III.

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    In a special two-part episode of AudioMag, we hear insights on the podcast industry, unpack audience data and take a closer look at best practices for podcast production.