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    In part one of this two-part series, hear from Melissa Summerfield, Jessie Johnston and Michele Gerard as they share their experiences in publishing, production and being a retailer during COVID-19 shutdowns.

    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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    Magazines Canada is working with Canada Post to negotiate some relief for our members from Publications Mail costs. In order to increase our chances of success with this campaign, please complete this survey by April 29, 2020 and let us know the total amount of money your magazine (or group of magazines in membership) pays in Publications Mail costs annually to Canada Post, so we can present an accurate dollar amount to the federal government.

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    In this special episode of AudioMag, Magazines Canada responds to your COVID-19 concerns through interviews with Magazines Canada staff.

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    In this special episode of AudioMag, Magazines Canada responds to your COVID-19 concerns through interviews with Magazines Canada staff. Listen as our producer, Michael Brown interviews Executive Director, Melanie Rutledge; Director, Communications and Public Engagement, Brianne DiAngelo; Manager, Retail Accounts, Chris Chambers; and Director, Business Development, Evan Dickson about everything you need to know about government funding responses to COVID-19, communicating with your audience, managing your distribution plan and business continuity planning during this uncertain time.

    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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    One in five Canadians is an immigrant, making it important for publishers to understand how newcomers consume Canadian media. Find out how demographics affect the media habits of immigrant Canadians and how publishers can respond.

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    By Sheila Sampath, Editorial and Art Director, Shameless Magazine Editorial practices are a combination of professional, interpersonal and political structures set up to help guide decision making and workflow through…

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    On April 24–25, over 400 delegates attended the 2019 MagNet superconference in Toronto. As Canada’s largest gathering of magazine professionals, MagNet 2019 provided the opportunity to connect and learn from the industry’s top thinkers and innovators.

    The conference sessions covered the latest trends in editorial content, design, circulation and revenue. From newsletters to blockchain, delegates were able to learn how their magazines can be successful in the digital age. In addition to informative sessions, delegates were also able to connect with exhibitors at MagNet Square. We even had a visit from our furry friends of the St. John Ambulance Therapy Dogs program. Woof! Woof!

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    Earlier this spring, the Canada Council for the Arts posted granting deadlines for the 2019–20 fiscal year. Read on for upcoming Supporting Artistic Practice deadlines for arts and literary magazine publishers and publishing organizations.

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    By Chelene Knight, managing editor at Room magazine, CEO of #LearnWritingEssentials, author of Dear Current Occupant The Mystery of the Slush Pile What is a slush pile? The definition changes…