Television

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Cord cutting slows for Shaw, but not for most competitors

Telus saw subscriber gains for the year, and Boon Dog’s latest study shows a 20% overall drop in cord-cutting. But most cable providers still saw increased customer losses.

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The Oscars take the week: Numeris

Despite drops from last year, the ceremony still out-performed powerhouses like Big Bang and Young Sheldon.

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MiC Roundtable: Digital domination in an age of risk

In the third part of our discussion with industry experts, we explore the challenges that remain in marketing’s biggest investment area.

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Top Chef Canada brings in new sponsors

Four new brands will join Interact, Beringer and Monogram for in-show integrations.

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Quebecor revenues up for 2017

Adjusted media revenues increased 28.6% from last year, but the magazine unit records a goodwill impairment charge.

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MiC Roundtable: Keep it relevant, not creepy

Our panel of agency and brand experts weigh in on data and whether Canada will follow Europe’s GDPR lead.

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ICYMI: A tasty new TSN partnership

Plus, a new code of conduct to fight harassment and a Canadian original renewed for City.

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TV subscriptions still common, but shrinking: study

Rising popularity in fibre optic TV can’t quite offset drops in cable and satellite.

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MiC Rountable: Mass vs. efficiency, traditional vs. digital

For our next industry discussion, marketers and media agency experts gather to talk about where investment is going.

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TVA’s broadcast dollars up, but magazines are down

The company’s French language magazines showed readership gains.

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Oscars ratings drop in Canada, too

Overnight data shows the drop in Canada is nearly equivalent to that in the U.S.

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PyeongChang takes the week: Numeris

English Canada made the Winter Olympics the ratings leader, especially the Closing Ceremonies.

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Schitt’s Creek returns to CBC for a fifth season

Strong audiences and a healthy batch of award noms carry the show into a new 14-episode season.

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More Paralympic content than ever to be broadcast

Sponsors of the broadcasts include Bell, CIBC, Canadian Tire and more.

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Inside Wendy’s all-in Big Brother strategy

On top of in-show integrations, the QSR will be the first to try out a new Twitter Moments ad product.