Periodical Marketers of Canada Announce Winner of PMC Aboriginal Literature Award

Periodical Marketers of Canada news release announcing the winner of this year’s PMC Aboriginal Literature Award.  This is the third year PMC have sponsored this award.  The 2016/17 award went to Michael Arnott for his charming illustrations in the children’s book Spirit Bear (written by Jennifer Harrington and published by Eco Books for Kids).  The … Read more

First Nation Communities Read announces 2015-2016 shortlist of books for young adults and adults

>>From the Periodical Marketers of Canada Toronto, May 5, 2015 – Five books are in contention to become the First Nation Communities Read community reading selection for 2015-2016. Five jury members from First Nation public libraries in Ontario made the shortlist selections. The title selection announcement for 2015-2016 will take place in Toronto on June … Read more

First PMC Aboriginal Literature award to Vancouver writer/artist

>>From the Periodical Marketers of Canada TORONTO: The first Aboriginal Literature Award has been presented by Periodical Marketers of Canada to Julie Flett of Vancouver, author/illustrator of Wild Berries/Pakwa che Menisu, a picture book for children published in English and Cree. Winner of the $5,000 award for 2014 was chosen from a five-title short list … Read more

Magazine readers still prefer print: study

Via Periodical Marketers of Canada

Canadian magazine readers remain loyal to the print versions of their favorite titles, with fewer than one in ten newsstand customers – and one in twenty women readers – having purchased an e-edition in the past year, according to a national survey.

“A strong majority of Canadian magazine readers still prefer a physical copy of their magazines over a digital format,” concludes the survey, conducted by Leger Marketing for Periodical Marketers of Canada.

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