Radio

CNE

CNE still a leading presence: Media Monitors

New entries shake up the top-five in both Toronto and Montreal.

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Rogers Media brings Jack back to Victoria

Along with the Jack-style banter comes a new morning show and program director.

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Corus broadens scope with revamped Edmonton morning show

With two well-known Edmonton figures taking the mic, program director Syd Smith says this is an opportunity to shake things up.

CNE

CNE debuts at the top: Media Monitors

Ahead of this month’s opening, the Canadian National Exhibition jumped more than 80 spots in Toronto while CTV and Dormez-vous continue to rule in Montreal.

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Sleep Country Canada rises to the top: Media Monitors

Plus, Amazon.com makes an appearance in the Montreal market where insurance providers also break through.

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ICYMI: Bruce Bowie retires, SheaMoisture goes experiential

Plus, Corus radio veteran Bruce Bowie retires in Edmonton and OMNI Television announces federal election debate coverage in four languages.

Slots

OLG ups spend, stays at the top: Media Monitors

In Toronto, new entries from the auto industry and retailers shake up the airwaves while Montreal buyers keep a lock on the top-five.

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OLG regains its lead: Media Monitors

The auto industry continues to dominate in Toronto, while Montreal’s radio spots sound similar to the week previous.

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Nissan Dealer Association lands on top: Media Monitors

The auto group knocked OLG from its steady hold at the top of the Toronto market.

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ICYMI: CRTC makes historic appointment, Snap launches more originals

Plus, WarnerMedia has launched a new HBO streaming platform in the U.S., and Spotify Lite launches across the globe.

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OLG keeps its lead: Media Monitors

Both Toronto and Montreal radio markets see some shake-ups as Ford, Sleep Country increase spend.

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OLG back on top: Media Monitors

Financial institutions decrease their spend as the auto industry continues its run in both the Toronto and Montreal markets.

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ICYMI: Rogers Cup turns 40, CBC unveils new Ideas host

Plus, Twitter installs disclaimer function for politicians’ Tweets and Lisa LaFlamme named to the Order of Canada

Corus

Q3 brings steady growth at Corus

Double-digit increase in television ad revenues compensate for low subscription numbers.

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RBC makes a play for the top in Toronto: Media Monitors

Meanwhile, the auto industry made a big spend in Montreal with two entrants in the top-five.