Pizza Pizza flips to the top in Toronto:
Media Monitors Jan. 19 – 28, 2009
The Montreal Gazette holds on to first place in Montreal's top English radio-spend rankings.
In Toronto, Pizza Pizza was the #1 radio advertiser, moving up more than 300 spots from the previous week, while Wal-Mart inched up three spots to #2.
HBO Canada slid two spots from the top to #3, as did Porter Airlines, dropping to #4. Country Style debuted at #5, coming in neck-and-neck with that other coffee chain, Tim Hortons, which slid a few spots from the previous week to #6.
Belairdirect fell from fourth place to #7, while the Government of Ontario moved up 27 spots to #8. Falling just one spot in the ranks was SellOffVacations.com, while Sleep Country Canada rested easy again at #10.
Meanwhile, in Montreal, the daily Montreal Gazette was the biggest advertiser on the English radio dial for the second week in a row. The Government of Quebec knocked out Legacy Publishing Company to take the #2 spot.
The Brick moved up five spots to #3, while AlarmForce also rose in the ranks from #7 to #4. Car and truck dealership PointeAuxTrembles – PielX debuted at #5 after being left out of the ranks the previous week.
Le SuperClub Videotron moves up 151 spots to #6, while Loto-Quebec rises six spots from the previous week to the #7 spot.
Brault and Martineau department store falls two spots to #8, Legacy Publishing Company ranks at #9, and Montreal Automobile Dealers moves up eight spots from the previous week to #10.