News4Kids was a free Oakville, Ontario-based, GTA-distributed youth newspaper that had a reach of 100,000 preteens across Toronto. The paper was aimed at youth and was composed entirely of youth writing. The writing board consisted of 12 members, selected through an interview. It's inaugural Sales Executive facilitated a successful launch and proactively advised on needs-based advertising, marketing, and successful sales strategies resulting in on-going advertising contracts and sponsor partnerships with Teletoon, Motorolla, Mattel, Pizza Pizza, SunRype, Corus Entertainment, Montana’s Cookhouse, McDonald's, Toronto Zoo, Playdium, PJ’s Pet Centres, Putting Edge, Laserquest, Seaworld Adventure Parks, Sevylor, Maple Leaf Foods, as well as numerous private schools, children's camps, afterschool programs, hotels and local festivals.
It was at the time, the GTA's oldest youth paper. Similar in concept to papers such as Brand New Planet, and one180, News4Kids was distributed quarterly. In Sept. 2006, News4Kids went through a major cosmetic overhaul. Focusing generally on human-interest articles, News4Kids has a large scope of topics, spanning subjects across Toronto. In August 2007, News4Kids was discontinued, ending its nearly five-year-long tenure.
News4Kids was a publication of Metroland Publishing, and was the sister paper of CityParent.
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