Digital is projected to gain the most advertising market share in the U.S.over the next four years, according to information published by eMarketer. Magazine ad spending stays essentially flat at $15.1 billion, as do newspapers, outdoor and TV though it must be noted that the magazine data is for print only and doesn't include any incremental digital revenues for the publications.
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- Canadian Writers Group (agency)
- Professional Writers Association of Canada
- Story Board (online community)
- Canadian Society of Magazine Editors
- Magazines Canada
- ABC Canada Literacy Foundation
- Canadian Journalism Project (J-source)
- National Advertising Benevolent Society (NABS)
- Kenneth R. Wilson Awards
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