Catherine Phillips

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Articles by Catherine Phillips
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Are brands missing opportunities with the 50+ cohort?

Buyers and media pros discuss what brands get wrong about the demo – and how to change their approach.

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Hudson’s Bay, Koodo rule December radio in Toronto: Media Monitors

We look at the top buys for the last two weeks of the month.

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Survivor comes out on top: Numeris

The reality program garnered more than two million viewers, taking over regular The Big Bang Theory.

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ICYMI: Adapt Media inks new partnership

Plus, new features on Facebook and gifts from the Globe.

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Spotted! A Shawn Mendes mural comes to life

The mural made of flowers was executed by Havas Media and Abcon Media to promote the Toronto-born artists’ upcoming global tour.

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TV ad spend down despite high consumption: study

Warc’s latest report states that despite adspend on a downturn, TV reaches almost 100% of Canadians monthly.

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Joe Strolz on who really uses Snapchat

The social platform’s country manager tells MiC how the industry is changing – and tapping into users’ state of mind.

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Matthew Logue on sponsorship game-changers

MKTG’s president shares his thoughts on sponsorship in Canada for MiC’s Industry Wish List.

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Spotted! Mary Poppins swoops into Toronto

A Disney Canada activation saw Mary and her famous umbrella at the CF Toronto Eaton Centre.

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Golf Town, Pelmorex partnership digs into data

The partnership aims to increase Golf Town’s customer-base and ROI through the use of data on a traditional medium – flyers.

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Studio71 beefs up partnership team

The digital company will also focus on further developing its relationship with Starcom/Spark.

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YouTube, DoubleVerify partner on brand safety

The partnership aims to boost campaign success through both brand safety and suitability.

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Revenues up at Transcontinental

The Q4 and fiscal 2018 results show revenues up at the Montreal-based publishing company.

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How is social media affecting attitudes toward news?

Respondents may be more interested in speed than balance, according to a recent study.

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Radio could kill the TV star: Deloitte

Duncan Stewart says that soon, young Canadians will spend more time listening to radio than watching TV.