HBO Canada climbs to the top in Toronto:
Media Monitors Jan. 12 – 18, 2009
And Legacy Publishing Company gets bumped to second place in Montreal's top English radio spend rankings.
In Toronto, HBO Canada rises 43 spots to #1, while Porter Airlines flies in to #2 after being left out of radio’s top spenders altogether last week.
Tim Hortons moves up one spot to #3. Insurance provider Belairdirect comes in at #4 and Wal-Mart is at #5; neither made the ratings last week.
Sears falls from the top to #6, and the Heart and Stroke Foundation moves up one spot to #7.
Selloffvacations drops three spots to #8, and Mandarin restaurant debuts at #9. Meanwhile, Sleep Country Canada takes a rest and drops eight spots to #10.
Meanwhile, in Montreal, the daily Montreal Gazette is the biggest advertiser on the English radio dial, knocking out Legacy Publishing Company, which drops one spot to #2.
The Islands of the Bahamas remains undisturbed at #3. Wyndham Cap Tremblant mountain resort slides two spots to #4, and Aurora Importing and Distributing drops one spot to #5.
Brault and Martineau department store moves down one spot to #6, while AlarmForce security system drops four spots to #7.
The Brick drops two spots to #8, Worldline phone service falls to #9 from #7 the previous week, and Aptech computer and software rises two spots to #10.
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