Canadian Magazine Industry News
7 December 2015,     TORONTO
St. Joseph Media to publish three CAA magazines
St. Joseph Communications’ magazine division, St. Joseph Media (SJM) is going to publish three CAA magazines: AMA Insider (circ. 620,000), CAA Saskatchewan Magazine (circ. 125,000) and CAA Manitoba Magazine (circ. 143,000). According to SJM, each quarterly magazine has the largest circulation of any periodical or newspaper in its province.

“We at St. Joseph are thrilled to be working with the CAA clubs to make their magazines even more engaging and valuable to association members,” Douglas Kelly, SJM’s senior vice president, Strategic Content Labs, said.

The magazines have also undergone name changes: Westworld Alberta is now AMA Insider, Westworld Saskatchewan is now CAA Saskatchewan and Going Places is now CAA Manitoba. A fresh, contemporary redesign of each publication is also in the works. St. Joseph Media will manage all the editorial, design, prepress, printing and distribution for the magazines, as well as sales.

In February 2016 SJM and AMA will launch enhanced for mobile devices, offering content from the magazine, as well as additional digital-only stories and video. Saskatchewan and Manitoba magazines will see a similar digital roll out.

Robert Zyluk will lead sales in Saskatchewan and Manitoba and Kellie Davenport will be editor-in-chief, while working with SJMs Maryam Santai.
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