Production Issues in Calgary Result in Limited Distribution

  Production Issues in Calgary Result in Limited Distribution

Business Wire

TORONTO -- December 12, 2013

Due to production issues overnight at Transcontinental printing, the Calgary
Herald and the Calgary edition of the National Post were not fully distributed
to subscribers today.

Copies of the Herald's weekly paper, Neighbours, along with advertising flyers
have been delivered. Single copies of the Calgary Herald and National Post
were distributed this morning to all regular retail locations.

Postmedia and the Calgary Herald sincerely apologize to readers and
advertisers as we continue to work through the growing pains of a new
production system. We are working diligently to resolve these issues with our
business partners.

All subscribers will be given an automatic credit for today’s paper. People
wanting to read today's newspaper for free in digital form, can access the
ePaper, a page-by-page replica of the newspaper, by clicking the ePaper link
at the top of the calgaryherald.com homepage.

About Postmedia Network Inc.
Postmedia Network Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Postmedia Network Canada
Corp. (TSX:PNC.A, PNC.B), is the largest publisher by circulation of paid
English-language daily newspapers in Canada, representing some of the
country’s oldest and best known media brands. Reaching millions of Canadians
every week, Postmedia Network engages readers and offers advertisers and
marketers integrated solutions to effectively reach target audiences through a
variety of print, online, digital, and mobile platforms.

About the Calgary Herald
The Calgary Herald Mining and Ranche Advocate and General Advertiser began
publishing as a weekly newspaper on August 31, 1883 when Calgary’s population
was just 400 people. Since then, the Calgary Herald has chronicled the
evolution of this vibrant, enterprising city and the world we live in.

Community is at the heart of what the Herald does every day with initiatives
such as the Calgary Herald Christmas Fund, our annual Raise-a-Reader literacy
campaign, and the recent Sandy Beach Riverbank Rescue Project. The Herald also
lends support to the many individuals, organizations and charities that
perform admirable work on the community’s behalf. Together we share a common
goal to make Calgary the best place to live, work and play.

Contact:

Postmedia Network Inc.
Phyllise Gelfand, (416) 442-2936
Vice President, Communications
pgelfand@postmedia.com
 
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