Radio & Television

CanWest dumps Dose treeware

TORONTO – CanWest MediaWorks will stop producing a hard copy of Dose after just over a year in operation. However, the brand will remain alive online and in the mobile world, the company said. Dose was one of several free daily commuter papers (CanWest called it a magazine, and it was a quirky addition to the newspaper wars) competing with Metro and 24 Hours in several major Canadian cities and struggled to earn its keep. Launched in April 2005, Dose was created to capture the underserved 18-34 year old demographic through a multi-platform offering which included a free daily, an...
 

Our industry and COVID-19

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