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Media in Toronto

Post  kosovohp on Mon Oct 04, 2010 12:44 pm

Toronto is Canada's largest media market,[55] and the fourth largest media centre in North America (behind New York City, Los Angeles and Chicago), with four conventional dailies and two free commuter papers in a greater metropolitan area of about 5.5 million inhabitants. The Toronto Star and the Toronto Sun are the prominent daily city newspapers, while the major free daily newspapers are Metro News and 24H. National dailies, The Globe and Mail and the National Post, are also headquartered in the city. Two of the city's prominent weeklies are NOW and Eye Weekly, both of which are free.

Toronto contains the headquarters of the major English-language Canadian television networks, including the English-language branch of the national public broadcaster Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), the largest private broadcaster CTV, and the flagship stations of Citytv and Global. Canada's premier sports television networks are also based in Toronto, including The Sports Network (TSN), Rogers Sportsnet and The Score. MuchMusic, MuchMore and MTV Canada are the main music television channels based in the city.

The bulk of Canada's periodical publishing industry is centred in Toronto including magazines such as Maclean's, Chatelaine, Flare, Canadian Living, Canadian Business, and Toronto Life. Many art, design, architecture and fashion magazines were created or are based in the city, including FASHION, Monocle, Azure, Canadian Interiors, Canadian Architect and Wallpaper*.

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