Introducing NEW feature content
Automotive, hockey, local lifestyle and entertainment features now available from The Canadian Press
The Canadian Press is expanding its content lineup with complementary feature content produced by credible, trusted brands, such as The Hockey News, MOTORING, LC Media and VitaminDaily.com. Canada’s most trusted news source and leader in providing real-time multimedia content is proud to offer reviews, analysis, editorials, photos, videos and more, covering automobiles, motorcycles, ATV, boats, hockey, health & beauty, fashion & shopping, home & decor, arts & culture, travel & leisure and dining & nightlife.
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Automobile, motorcycle, ATV and boat news, reviews and features by LC Media: Keep your audience informed with the latest automotive news, vehicle previews, road tests, editorial features and more produced by LC Media (browse content samples), one of Canada’s largest English- and French-language content providers in the automotive, motorcycle, ATV and motorboat fields. With a constant eye on quality and more than 47 years of experience, LC Media’s dedicated team of more than 40 journalists produce and edit a turnkey feed of credible, current automotive content that can be published “as is” – saving you time and money otherwise spent on handling material from freelancers.
Videos of automotive reviews, tips and features by MOTORING: MOTORING, North America’s top automotive broadcast, airing on TSN since 1987, is now available for your digital audience through The Canadian Press! Give your online and mobile audiences and advertisers the automotive content they are hungry for by adding high-quality video reviews and features from a well-known, credible source. MOTORING videos, available in English, get down to the nuts and bolts of the automotive industry, bringing you stories about cars and the people who drive them.
Hockey news, analysis and features by The Hockey News: As the definitive source of hockey news, The Canadian Press is expanding its content lineup with complementary feature content produced by The Hockey News, the No.1 selling hockey publication in North America, now in its 65th year. Canada’s most trusted news source and leader in providing real-time multimedia content is proud to offer analysis, commentary, unique hockey lifestyle features, videos and more from The Hockey News.
Lifestyle/entertainment features by VitaminDaily.com: Captivate your audience with fun, engaging daily doses and editors’ diaries covering fashion, health, beauty, home, culture, dining and more in Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto and Montreal. VitaminDaily.com’s 25 to 90-word doses and 25 to 200-word editors’ diaries are tailor-made for the increasingly popular lifestyle sections of newspapers, newsletters, magazines, websites and especially mobile apps needing short, useful content that keeps audiences coming back for more. You can choose which city edition(s) are relevant or take the entire feed via The Canadian Press, which includes a total of more than 65 doses and 30 diaries per month in English, plus a total of more than 15 doses and 7 diaries per month in French (some items include photos).
CelebTV videos: The Canadian Press now offers CelebTV videos – the most watched online entertainment news video network. From breaking news and exclusive interviews to the inside scoop on Hollywood fashion, fitness and its fabulous couples, CelebTV videos capture the sights and sounds of the entertainment world to help build your audience and generate ad revenue across your broadcast, online and mobile properties.
Other feature content also available
Zooming Out is a weekly, 300- to 700-word column written for The Canadian Press by Justin Pritchard, a member of the Automotive Journalists Association of Canada. Whether for your newspaper, magazine or website, Zooming Out can be customized to cover topics of interest to your readers and includes at least two photos per column. Unlike other automotive columns that only focus on test drives, Zooming Out enhances its test drive coverage with interviews with industry professionals, profiles on new models, reviews on the latest car gadgets, products and events, and tips on caring for your car.
HealthDay feed provides complete coverage on leading health issues, including: Real-time coverage of breaking and developing Canadian health news; worldwide AP coverage and latest HealthDay news from the U.S. and around the world; developments in medical research and its impact on Canadians; backgrounders and feature stories to add context and depth; health "tidbits" and amusing stories; and Health Canada and government advisories and alerts and Food and Drug Administration approvals and actions on approved drugs and medical devices.
Religion News Service® offers news and information on religion, ethics, spirituality and moral issues.
When it comes to covering the world of religion, RNS is a world leader. For nearly 70 years, RNS has been filing daily stories and columns covering all major faith-based movements from a neutral and objective perspective. There is also enhanced Canadian coverage of issues affecting religion in Canada. Now this daily or weekly feed is available exclusively from The Canadian Press in Canada.
Health and wellness videos by HealthChoicesFirst: The Canadian Press now offers more than 1400 videos produced by HealthChoicesFirst, a growing community of 300 leading healthcare providers and medical professionals sharing practical solutions for healthy living. Build a loyal and engaged audience by offering a searchable database of videos featuring healthy lifestyle and medical solutions from the largest panel of trusted specialists and doctors across Canada. The HealthChoicesFirst video library will have your online and mobile audiences coming back again and again to look for solutions by symptom, condition or treatment across more than 50 health topics.
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