|By Marketwired .||
|May 23, 2014 10:21 AM EDT||
TORONTO, ON--(Marketwired - May 23, 2014) - As major newspapers lay off journalism and sales personnel, a Toronto community newspaper is offering entry back into the profession for writers, editors and ad sales pros. Community Bulletin Newspaper Group, Inc. (CBNG) publishes The Bulletin, a 15-year-old community newspaper in downtown Toronto that has enjoyed strong growth and advertiser acceptance with a unique paradigm it will license to groups of writers and sales pros nationwide. It also publishes www.thebulletin.ca.
CBNG is recruiting teams to create and own local community newspapers using a proven newspaper template, plus a tech support team for a local news website. The offer is to share CBNG's existing capabilities and contracts to enable newspaper people in cities with at least 6,000 dwelling units in high-rise condo or apartment buildings to quickly produce and deliver a quality local newspaper product. Like The Bulletin in Toronto, success will come from having a printed full-colour, glossy-stock community newspaper delivered by Canada Post to ensure everyone in every building receives the paper in their mailbox. It guarantees to local advertisers that their messages are in the hands and homes of their target market. The editorial slant and content is to be purely local and directed by each ownership team. The opportunities for network advertising among the licensees is another revenue source.
For more information about CBNG and The Bulletin, please visit: http://thebulletin.ca/?p=6802.
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