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The Amazing Race and Chevrolet go live on Facebook

This is the first time the network has taken viewers behind-the-scenes in anticipation of the show, now in its sixth season.

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CTV trio takes the top three spots: Numeris

Plus, Rick’s final rant pulls in big numbers.

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Henry’s partners with Rogers Media to launch magazine

The free publication will have a circulation of 120,000 across Canada, with content targeted to visual artists.

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Twitter reports revenue growth, profit in Q1

The social media platform saw six million new users this quarter, as well as increased ad revenue and engagements.

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Caroline Moul named PHD president

The industry veteran is largely credited with building PHD’s digital capabilities.

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Submit your entries for Media Leader of the Year

The award is open to any top organizational leader within Canada’s media agency landscape.

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Despite privacy concerns, Google’s revenue soared in Q1

Revenue for the quarter increased 26% year-over-year.

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CBS All Access launches in Canada

Primetime programming like NCIS and Seal Team won’t be available on the SVOD until seven days after its Canadian linear broadcast.

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Hudson’s Bay, CTV take the top: Media Monitors

Auto dealers were still the biggest category buyers in both Toronto and Montreal.

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Audio ads come to 8tracks in Canada

A partnership with LeanStream will bring a new format to the music streamer in the market.

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Call for entries: 2018 Media Agency of the Year

There’s less than a month left until the first phase of the competition comes to a close.

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Media revenue up 12% for Rogers in Q1

While advertising played its part, the main driver in the revenue increase was higher distribution to the Blue Jays.

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Newspapers and magazines still popular, especially on mobile: study

Vividata’s latest Canadian survey shows that consumers prefer mobile for accessing social, news and audio content.

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Spotted! Hunting for the Avengers

To celebrate the film’s release, as well as Marvel Studio’s 10-year anniversary, the studio left Avengers clues in cities across Canada.

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Siri reigns, but Google Home catching up among virtual assistants: report

Although still gaining traction amongst Canadians, Apple’s Siri is the most popular virtual assistant, according to the report.