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The Marketing Morning Filter is ending, but other newsletters are set to return

You may have heard the news that Marketing and MarketingMag.ca have a new owner: Brunico Communications. You may have also noticed that Marketing‘s afternoon newsletters had been put on pause as our publication moves to Brunico from Rogers Publishing.

But now, as we near the end of 2016, it’s come time to make a few more changes.

On Tuesday, Dec. 20, Marketing will discontinue its Morning Filter newsletter. In its place, you’ll receive the strategy Daily from StrategyOnline.ca, which contains all the industry’s most up-to-the-minute news.

Those who subscribed to Marketing‘s weekly Media Filter will receive MediaInCanada’s daily e-newsletter, while Marketing TV subscribers will start to receive Stimulant, a curation of the most creative and inspiring work in the industry. Finally, if you’ve been getting Marketing‘s Consumer Insights weekly roundup, you’ll now receive strategy‘s Shopper Marketing Report – a bi-weekly update on the latest in-store innovations and strategies.

Then, in January, you’ll see the return of two of Marketing‘s most in-demand products: C-Suite Filter and Tech Filter, on Monday and Thursday afternoons, respectively.

Finally, what you see on MarketingMag.ca itself will change in the new year as well. With daily news living on at StrategyOnline.ca, the Marketing site will become both an archive and a curation of great Canadian advertising.

 

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