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    Whether you’re writing copy for magazine articles or grant applications, circulation efforts or sales kits, find out seasoned editor Leslie Wu’s secrets to effectively proofing your own work, avoiding commonly overused phrases, and streamlining wordy copy. This webinar on February 17, 2021 is essential for anyone who wants to improve their professional writing.

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    In this webinar, Michelle Kelly, Vice President of Content at Cottage Life, describes how she and her team created an eight-episode series that ran during summer 2020. She shares the details of how they chose a format, length and sponsor, the nuts and bolts of hosting, promoting and tracking the series.

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    For magazines, audio content provides unique connections with new audiences. In this webinar, learn to create a podcast series. Presenter Michelle Kelly will share the details of to choose a format, length, and sponsor; the nuts and bolts of hosting, promoting and tracking the series; plus the challenges of recording from home during the COVID-19 lockdown.

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    In this episode of AudioMag, Don Gillmor, journalist and published author, speaks with us about how being a magazine writer has changed over the years and how he’s found balance writing for magazines and working on his books. Listen as he shares tales of working for your favourite Canadian magazines and offers his best advice for writers of all experience levels.

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    In part two of this two-part series, we interview Jocelyn Bell from Broadview, contributing writer Julia Métraux and James Anderson of Reader’s Digest about their experiences in editorial, being a contributing writer and advertising sales during COVID-19.

    Stay tuned as Magazines Canada, your national association, continues to monitor this evolving situation and update you as best that we can through our social media channels, enewsletters and member bulletins.

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    Canadian Art‘s Editor-in-Chief Jayne Wilkinson and Features Editor Yaniya Lee share some insights into the process of working with a guest editor. And, given current conditions, they discuss how to manage a magazine and website under the COVID-19 restrictions and some strategies for moving forward.

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    During this bonus episode of AudioMag, enjoy a special conversation between Joyce Byrne and Kim Latreille, the duo behind the updating of Magazines Canada’s Code of Reader and Advertiser Engagement. Listen as they chat the rationale behind the Code and its update in modern magazine publishing.

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    During this bonus episode of AudioMag, enjoy a special conversation between Joyce Byrne and Kim Latreille, the duo behind the updating of Magazines Canada’s Code of Reader and Advertiser Engagement. Listen as they chat the rationale behind the Code and its update in modern magazine publishing.

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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.