TC Transcontinental

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Transcontinental Inc.
Trading name TC Transcontinental
Type Public
Traded as TSXTCL.A
TSXTCL.B
TSXTCL.PR.D
Industry Printing – Publishing – Interactive Services
Founded 1976
Founders Rémi Marcoux, Claude Dubois and André Kingsley
Headquarters 1 Place Ville Marie, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Key people François Olivier
Revenue $2.1 billion (2013)
Employees 9,000[1][not in citation given]
Divisions TC Media,TC Transcontinental Printing
Website tc.tc

TC Transcontinental is a publishing, media and marketing company based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. TC Transcontinental is a subsidiary of Transcontinental Inc. (TSX: TCL.A, TCL.B, TCL.PR.D) which has operations in Canada and the United States, and reported revenue of C$2.1 billion in 2013.

On November 23 2011, Transcontinental changed their name to TC Transcontinental, to reflect their increasing presence in digital publications.[2][dead link]

Among its media properties are magazines such as Canadian Living, Coup de Pouce, Les Affaires, Elle Québec and Elle Canada, and local newspapers like The Guardian in Charlottetown, and The Telegram in St. John's. TC Transcontinental is also one of the Canadian publishing partners of Metro International, holding complete ownership of the Montreal and majority ownership of Halifax editions of the Metro free daily newspaper.

TC Transcontinental is also a distributor of door-to-door advertising material in Canada, with Publisac in Quebec and Targeo in the rest of Canada. TC Transcontinental also provides custom publishing, mailing and customized email database services.

Publications[edit]

Newspapers[edit]

Partial list of newspapers and websites owned by TC Media:

Nova Scotia
Prince Edward Island
Quebec
Saskatchewan

Magazines[edit]

Partial list of magazines owned by TC Media.

Printing[edit]

TC Transcontinental Printing acquired print facilities from rival Quad/Graphics, one in Aurora, Ontario was closed by former rival Quebecor World in 2009 when it lost printing contract for Rogers Media to TC Transcontinental.[3]

Management[edit]

  • Isabelle Marcoux: Chairman of the Board, Transcontinental Inc.
  • François Olivier: President and Chief Executive Officer, Transcontinental Inc.
  • Nelson Gentiletti: Chief Financial and Development Officer, Transcontinental Inc.
  • Brian Reid: President, TC Transcontinental Printing
  • Ted Markle: President, TC Media

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