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Rogers grows its media, overall revenue in Q4

Despite various cost efficiencies during the quarter, media expenditures were also up.

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Travel, autos and financial services top the charts: Media Monitors

Sunwing took the top spot in Toronto again, while The Auto Show reigned supreme in Montreal.

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How Stingray’s mass strategy is unfolding

SVP Matthew Péloquin explains how, even without the name recognition of Spotify or Apple Music, the music service sees itself as a new audio heavyweight.

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Vacation ads flying high on radio: Media Monitors

Sunwing takes the top spot in Toronto, while Redtag.ca comes in second in Montreal.

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Strong TV results propel Corus to growth in Q1

The entertainment giant has credited popular new and returning shows such as FBI and New Amsterdam for the lift.

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How CHUM is rebranding a popular morning radio show

CHUM 104.5′s flagship show is now focusing on audience involvement in order to stay current with its key demos.

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Retail, travel, restos rule radio buys: Media Monitors

Sail and RedTag took Toronto and Montreal as the top buyers, respectively.

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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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OLG buys big in Toronto: Media Monitors

Meanwhile, auto dealer associations ruled both Toronto and Montreal for buying activity.

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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.