The Magazine Sector in Canada

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Essay #: 052430
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The Magazine Sector in Canada
The magazine sector is of great interest because it is a sector trying to deal with massive change: the transition from print to electronic means of communication. Canadian Business is especially interesting because it operates in the business sector, which is arguably the most fast-paced segment of the magazine industry. As such, the pressure to adapt is immense. The magazine sector in Canada produces 400,000 new pages of original content each year; it features more than 2500 Canadian titles; 59 percent of Canadian consumer magazine purchasing is devoted to American magazines; Canadian print magazines are chiefly driven by newsstand sales and by subscriptions; and the magazine sector generated more than 16000...
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