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How advertisers view the rise of Amazon (study)

Most marketers are concerned about the dominating digital duopoly, but the e-commerce giant could shake up their media plans.

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Instagram adds more Stories features

The updates come following a big surge in users for the platform.

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Desktop still rules, but mobile-only Canadians on the rise: report

The “Global Digital Future in Focus” report from comScore analyzed data from 13 countries around the world to reveal digital trends.

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What’s the opportunity in IGTV?

Industry insiders weigh in on the potential of Instagram’s new long-form video app for influencers, users and brands.

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Social and mobile up, TV down: GroupM

The latest advertising investment growth predictions from GroupM shows Canadian’s declining interest in traditional media.

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Millennials consume less traditional media, but trust it more (study)

Plus, TV outranks Instagram, but can it hold a candle to YouTube?

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Spotted! A shelter ad that asks for your hand

“Indigenous Peoples of Tkaronto” is the latest installment of the “Toronto for All” campaign created in partnership with the Toronto Aboriginal Support Services Council and the City of Toronto.

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Unilever CMO adds influencers to the ad fraud conversation

The CPG giant will no longer work with anyone who buys followers as CMO Keith Weed calls for “urgent action” to increase transparency.

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Budweiser returns as title sponsor of County Fair

Budweiser County Fair takes place next month in Toronto and will feature additional sponsors Webers Burgers, Bacardi Breezer and more.

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ET Canada, Chevy return as partners on music contest

The campaign is adding more social support this time around.

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Instagram introduces shoppable Stories

The platform first rolled out its shoppable features earlier this year.

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Which network won for provincial election coverage?

CTV reached a total of 3.8 million viewers for its Ontario election special on June 7.

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Sportsnet hits the ice for new Twitter series

President Scott Moore said the show aims to capture broad appeal among hockey fans.

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TwitterFronts: MMVAs, Homestand Sports and more

The social media company’s first Canadian upfront outlined its video programming strategy for the coming season.

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Spotted! A pothole in one

Golf Quebec took advantage of Montreal’s pervasive pothole problem.