Radio

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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.

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OLG makes a big buy in Toronto: Media Monitors

Meanwhile, CTV held onto its lead in Montreal.

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People moves at Adapt, theScore and StatsRadio

At theScore, a new VP hire signals the industry’s growing interest in e-sports.

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ICYMI: Court order obtained in Torstar, Postmedia investigation

Also, The Globe and Mail partnered with Effie Canada and Ron Burgundy gets his own podcast.

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CBC Radio One takes Toronto, Vancouver: Numeris PPM

Meanwhile, country ruled Calgary, while Now Radio swept all demos in Edmonton.

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OLG leads in Toronto: Media Monitors

CTV was the top radio ad buyer in Montreal.

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GroupM downgrades ad growth expectations

Canada’s newspaper, TV and magazine businesses showing declines.

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ICYMI: Corus signs a new podcast

Plus, Facebook has launched its Watch Party feature globally and the Supreme Court rules against a Vice journalist.

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Who took home MIAs Gold in 2018?

Touché and Via Rail were the big winners at this year’s gala recognizing innovative media work.

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Canadian Tire takes Toronto: Media Monitors

The retailer made a big radio buy in both Toronto and Montreal.

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Who’s activating at the Grey Cup?

Shaw, Nissan, and Mark’s are partners for this weekend’s football match.

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Bell Media, Torstar confirm layoffs

On-air talent at Virgin Radio and editorial staff at StarMetro Toronto were confirmed to have been let go on Wednesday.

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RBC leads in Toronto, Montreal: Media Monitors

The financial institution was the top radio ad buyer in both Montreal and Toronto for the week of Nov. 12 to 18.

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Financial services dominate in Toronto, Montreal: Media Monitors

The banks, credit unions, mortgage brokers and financial services category took the top spot in both Toronto and Montreal.

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Women rule Canadian media consumption: report

Plus, live TV still comes out ahead of SVOD, according to the latest Global Media Intelligence Report by eMarketer.