Publishers of the four Toronto dailies agree that the newspapers have a future. “I feel very optimistic about the long term for our news organizations … the best of times are ahead for the best of brands,” said Toronto Star publisher John Cruickshank, during a panel discussion at the Four Seasons hotel on Thursday. Read it in the Star by clicking headline.
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