How we help

CCNS is a news release distribution network designed specifically for the needs of faith-based organizations in Canada.

You and your organization have stories to share and news to tell. You want to have confidence that your news release is reaching the right people at the right time.

We can help.

With CCNS your stories can reach:

  • Editors and reporters in Canadian Christian media from coast to coast, including Francophone Christian media.
  • Major daily newspapers across the country
  • Christian radio stations
  • Christian television stations
  • Individual journalists hungry for stories
  • Influential bloggers on high alert for the latest trends
  • International media contacts curious about the Canadian scene

The CCNS distribution network is accurate and always expanding. We spend time fine-tuning our media list — so you don’t have to — to ensure your news release reaches the right people across Canada without you having to worry about outdated media lists.

More journalists, editors, broadcasters, magazines, newspapers and writers than ever before will see your stories.

And tell them.

Our news release distribution services are built on relationship; our team’s experience of years of working in, with and through Canada’s Christian and mainstream media highlighted the need for a fast, affordable and reliable means of getting news from Christian organizations into the hands of Christian media.

The CCNS Team: Patricia Paddey and Karen Stiller are journalists and communication professionals who work with Canada’s leading faith-based non-profit organizations and publications. Shelley McLagan is a communications professional with years of experience working with Canadian non-profits.

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The CCNS Guarentee:

At CCNS we guarantee you the highest level of personalized customer service possible. We guarantee that your release will be sent out to a Canadian Christian distribution list that is constantly being updated, developed and enhanced. Our lists are our livelihood. We take good care of them so they grow. Of course, it is the media’s decision whether they pursue your story or not. Sometimes, strategic editors will also save releases for future themes and stories. But we can guarantee that the media welcome your news and they welcome how CCNS delivers it directly to them. They pay attention to the releases that come from CCNS. How do we know this? We asked them. We not only pay attention to you, our customers, but we also check in with our media points regularly to make sure they are also satisfied with our service.

For more information on our service and on press releases in general click here for a free resource CCNS developed for the Canadian Council of Christian Charities.