Television

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Canada’s top TV this fall: Numeris

We break down which shows, old and new, took home the most viewers – and which were seemingly ignored.

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ICYMI: Adapt Media inks new partnership

Plus, new features on Facebook and gifts from the Globe.

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CTV, Global set their midseason lineups

After a successful fall for both networks, they’re setting their sights on new comedies, dramas and unscripted series.

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Uber, Uber Eats, pair with MLSE

For the first time, Uber will bring its flagship car-sharing and meal-delivery services together for one deal in an effort to broaden their reach.

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Marcangelo signs first sponsorship deal with TLN

The partnership is designed for broad appeal as the brand looks to reach more than just Gen X and young boomers.

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TV ad spend down despite high consumption: study

Warc’s latest report states that despite adspend on a downturn, TV reaches almost 100% of Canadians monthly.

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Big Bang returns with a bang: Numeris

The CTV trio of Big Bang, The Good Doctor and Young Sheldon once again dominated the rankings.

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Torstar eliminates CRO role, hires two new senior execs

The changes come as Claude Galipeau accepts a new position with the CBC.

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CBC goes mass for Gem launch

OOH and TV ads will be used for mass awareness while digital will focus on conversions.

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OJHL signs first major TV deal

The Ontario Junior Hockey League, whose alumni include John Tavares and Mitch Marner, will broadcast across Ontario via CHCH.

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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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Bell Media goes multiplatform with renewed UFC deal

The partnership will see content move beyond linear TV to social and OTT.

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The Good Doctor has a good week: Numeris

Medical and procedural dramas ruled the airwaves.

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Canada leads the market for linear TV penetration: study

Global TV Group shows that most Canadian still watch TV daily, beating out the U.S., the U.K. and Australia.