Canadian digital video viewing growth to slow in 2017: report
A maturing market shows signs of only 1.3% growth by 2020, according to the recent eMarketer report.
New Year’s Eve Countdown takes the week: Numeris
The end of 2016 special brought in the most single-night viewers of all daily programs from Dec. 26, 2016 to Jan. 1, 2017.
Television advertising to remain flat, tablets to tank: study
From the rise of vinyl to possible slowdowns in self-driving cars, Deloitte has released its annual media and technology predictions. The big winner (sort of) is linear TV.
Binge-watching isn’t just for millennials: study
The MTM’s new research finds that binge-watching is increasingly popular with those over 50, and Netflix is now outpacing PVR and live TV.
America’s Got Talent takes the week: Numeris
The U.S. reality competition series on City brought in the most single-night viewers of all daily programs from Dec. 19 to 25.
NCIS takes the top spot: Numeris
The U.S. action-drama series on Global brought in the most single-night viewers of all daily programs from Dec. 5 to 11.
Boomers love traditional TV, but OTT penetration is strong: study
While the 50 to 70 demographic doesn’t exactly outpace its younger counterparts in social networking, more than half are using it in some capacity – especially Facebook.
Canadians would hand over their search history for a price: study
Aimia’s new research found that Canadians are a bit more conservative than other countries when it comes to the price they place on their data, and their adoption of technology like digital wallets.
The Big Bang Theory takes the week: Numeris
The comedy on CTV brought in the most single-night viewers of all daily programs from Nov. 28 to Dec. 4.
Podcast listening continues to rise: MTM
Thought to have plateaued a couple years ago, the platform has seen a resurgence in recent years according to new research.
Grey Cup wins the week: Numeris
The 104th annual sporting event earned more single-night viewers than any other daily program for the week of Nov. 20 to 26.