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Blog: The future of TV is programmatic tech

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Exchange Lab’s Nikki Hawke on the current barriers to programmatic TV, and why the industry needs to move forward in order to avoid playing catch-up on the platform.



2015 Upfronts: Back to the future

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IPG Mediabrands Canada SVP Inese Korbs returns to the NYC upfronts after several years away. She finds the game is the same… so much so that even The X-Files is back.



Upfronts 2015: CW knows what millennials want

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Victoria Morris, director of trading at Mindshare Canada, on the CW’s short and sweet new slate and savvy digital strategy.



Upfronts 2015: CBS doesn’t mess with a good thing

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Victoria Morris, director of trading at Mindshare Canada, on her pick for the network’s next big hit, and which of the two new comedies are actually funny.



Upfronts 2015: ABC stacks its mid-season

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Carolyn Froude, director at Maxus Canada, on ABC’s new slate, including reimagined versions of The Muppets and Uncle Buck.



Verizon to acquire AOL for $4.4 billion

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Analysts say the bid will turn the telco giant into a vertically integrated company with a massive platform to increase its content distribution.



Upfronts 2015: Fox gets funny and brings back the spooky

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Victoria Morris, director of trading at Mindshare Canada, says Fox has a hit on its hands with Scream Queens, and excitement is building for the relaunch of The X-Files.



Upfronts 2015: NBC adds drama for fall

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Carolyn Froude, director at Maxus, rounds-up the new shows, including why she sees good things for Blindspot.



Blog: TV as the great connector

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Michael Neale, chief commercial officer at MediaCom Canada, on why this year’s upfronts should focus on TV as a connecting system, not just as a ratings platform.



Blog: Has programmatic moved into a new era?

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Peter Wagner, director of client engagement for Xaxis, on the issues that are still plaguing the landscape, as he sees publishers pushing for a hybrid model that combines direct and programmatic.