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New Resources for Magazine Publishing Professionals

Solve your digitization issues with the experts!

November 23rd 2011

The digital revolution is upon us. CHRC in collaboration with Magazines Canada engaged 4 senior magazine professionals to create web-based courses on the digital facets of magazine editorial, advertising, circulation and production.

Now on sale on CHRC's website, these courses are aimed at professional workers in magazine publishing who want to keep up with digitization and its impact on their industry.

The content is rich and helpful. And in order to ensure access for all, the cost is low. Each course includes concrete suggestions and real-life examples.

Follow along at your own pace or pick and choose the solutions you need.

Meet the magazine publishing experts behind the courses:





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Jacqueline Kovacs

Jacqueline Howe

Kim Latreille

Jon Spencer

Jackie has been working in the magazine industry as an editor and writer for more than 20 years.She spent the past 12 years at Today's Parent, where she was Deputy Editor.

Jacqueline is Chief Publishing Officer at Howe Brand. She was Vice-President, Group Publisher at Transcontinental Media; President, Avid Media; and, Advertising Sales Director at Camar Publications.

Kim is the National Director of Production at St. Joseph Media and teaches part of the Magazine and Web Publishing certificate program at Ryerson University. She is the newly appointed Chair of the Magazines Canada Technical Standards Committee.

Jon is Circulation Manager for Ski Canada, Opera Canada, the Literary Review of Canada, and has consulted for a wide variety of other magazines. Jon recently spent a year as Acting Group Circulation Director for St. Joseph Media.

Mark Jamison, Magazines Canada CEO, is delighted by the quality and relevance of CHRC's magazine publishing online courses. "We are proud to be partners in this venture and to be able to offer these courses to our members with additional interactive opportunities."

The Cultural Human Resources Council (CHRC) is committed to strengthening the cultural labour force, and strives to be at the centre of vision and forward thinking in the area of cultural human resources development.

This project is funded by the Government of Canada's Sector Council Program.

For further information please contact Executive Director, Susan Annis (613-562-1535 x22;