Articles tagged with: Transcontinental
Today, Glam Media announced the addition of Shira Biderman as the company’s new Director of Sales, and Andrea Miller as Editor who will both be based in company’s Toronto.
As part of her role, Shira will be focused …
We’ve heard from multiple sources that Transcontinental issued a number of layoffs today, from what we’ve been able to gather 10 individuals from the digital and editorial side have been let go.
We’ll keep you posted as we learn more…
We just got word that Ian Giles is turning in his employee badge today at MediaCom where he has been their Director of Social Strategy since joining in January 2012. While there he was able to leverage his depth of experience developing integrated campaigns by drawing from strict disciplines such as consumer behavior, direct marketing, analytics, and social media. Ian also managed s
There has been a lot of movements in the last three months as we look back at the digital landscape across Canada for the first quarter for 2013. Advertising agencies have been racing to fill vacant holes as there has flood of Creative Directors shifting from one agency to another such as here and here.
Transcontinental has announced the appointment of Edward John (Ted) Markle as President of the Corporation’s media sector, TC Media, a division of Transcontinental. Previously, Ted was Senior Vice President, Content Solutions, for TC Media since 2011, as he took over for François Olivier, President and Chief Executive Officer of Transcontinental.
TC Media has appointed Martin Longchamps as the new Vice President, Business Development, Digital Solutions, however he will remain in his current position of Vice President, Mergers and Acquisitions for TC Transcontinental.
Montreal-based SourceKnowledge has appointed Michael Vietri as Vice President of Business Development. As part of the role, Michael oversee SourceKnowledge’s business development team, focused primarily on expanding
Back in October Dominique-Sébastien Forest announced he was leaving TC Media (a division of Transcontinental). We’ve now confirmed that has joined the largest private public relations agency Edelman Canada team and will support their digital efforts.
Dominique-Sébastien Forest announced earlier today that he is leaving TC Media (a division of Transcontinental) and hist post as Vice President National Digital Media, but of course will still remain Chair of the IAB Canada. No word yet on what is next for Dominique,
The pieces continue to come together for Transcontinental as they reported their third quarter earnings and stated an 8% revenue growth for the quarter, from $479.4 million to $517.0 million. The growth was driven primarily by the acquisition of Quad/Graphics Canada, Inc. and Redux Media.
President and Chief Executive Officer, François Olivier also said he expects to see the fruits of the Redux Media acquisition