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Spotted! Blessed are the meek

Cloaked handmaids caused a stir in some cities.

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Global News expands digital, local coverage

VP Ron Waksman shares how the site went from “literally no online presence” to the #2 news site in five years.

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Playoffs round two broadcast details announced

Sportsnet, CBC, Omni and Sportsnet 360 will all take part in the broadcast.

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ICYMI: Wavemaker gets kudos for its workplace culture

Plus, two new Dragons arrive in the Den.

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Spotted! Oh Henry has the munchies

The candy bar company created a candy pop-up and limited-edition bar, with the aim of owning the 4:25 timeslot.

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NHL introduces four new in-ice ad placements

Clubs are already in talks with sponsors to sell the spots, which will go live at the beginning of the 2018-19 season.

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Facebook’s revenue surges in Q1

More than 90% of the company’s ad dollars now come from mobile.

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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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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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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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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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People Moves: Twitter, DHX and more

A round-up of executive changes you may have missed.