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Bitten rates as top original Space program to date

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The werewolf drama averaged 348,000 viewers through its first season in its Saturday night timeslot.



Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to take over Yonge-Dundas

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Nickelodeon Canada and Walmart Canada will stage an art challenge activation in advance of the Turtles motion picture release this summer.



Wendy’s Canada to launch web series

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“Girlfriends at Wendy’s Eating Salad and Talking About Stuff” debuts March 24 and is promoted in partnership with CTV’s The Social.



World MasterCard Fashion Week announces sponsors

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Brands partnering with the IMG Fashion event are seeking to reach secondary audiences through social and earned media impressions.



Kit Kat Canada launches biggest-ever campaign

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The Nestle brand has shifted its media budgets to focus on social and digital (including a Break Assist app) in order to reach millennial consumers.



Canadian mobile Facebook usage on the rise

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About 15 million Canadians access the social network through a mobile device, and about 10 million of them do so every day.



Canadian Tire to launch Facebook ads synced with TV ads

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Starting today the brand will run Facebook ads within minutes of its “Celebrate” spot airing during the Olympics.



Facebook releases its first social TV data

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A new white paper from Facebook and analytics partner SecondSync shows 80% of TV chatter on the social network comes from mobile devices.



CBC goes cross-platform for Sochi sponsorships

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Using a responsive ad server for the first time, the network’s Olympic partners will activate on whatever screen the viewers choose to use.



TunedIn aims to connect social and TV this Thursday

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Details on the experimental app, which aims to connect social media activity to TV across Canada’s major broadcasters later this week.