Canadian Magazine Industry News
18 December 2009,     TORONTO
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Huffington Post's New Ad Revenue Stream: Twitter Feeds [Ad Age]
Ad Age reports that the Huffington Post has started offering advertisers the opportunity to add paid comments and Tweets to its site. In order to get the most value, it will also offer guidance to advertisers on how to best join the conversation.

Some Publishers to Push Up Cover Prices in 2010 [Ad Age]
In addition to seeking out new ways to make money in the digital age, Ad Age reports that some publishers are looking to increase profits the old fashioned way. By raising cover prices.

Dead Print Magazine Tally Tapers Off [Folio]
Folio reports that while any magazine going out of business is bad news there have been fewer folding this year than in 2008 and 2007.

The future of the magazine [The Globe and Mail]
Augmented reality, iPhone apps and e-readers. Will this new technology help to increase the bottom line for publishers? The Globe and Mail reports on the future of magazines.

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