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Falling ad dollars lead to third straight decline for BDUs: CRTC

Overall BDU revenues fell to $8.54 billion in 2017, marking the third consecutive year of losses, according to the report.

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CRTC renews licences for Family Channel, others

The commission set PNI spending at 13% of the previous year’s revenues, mandating that half of that be independently produced.

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America’s Got Talent continues to dominate: Numeris

The reality show made some gains over last week.

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Tennis Canada focuses on video in summer campaign

With a TV-led buy and strong digital and social component, the organisation is targeting a broader audience than the die-hard fans of the sport.

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Fall TV: The complaint line

Experts express their complaints about TV buying and the networks respond.

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Fall TV: What’s in it for the buyers?

From data-enhanced TV to new ways to engage with viewers, all the latest offerings coming from Canadian broadcasters

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Inside CBC’s digital-first strategy for Northern Rescue

The family adventure series is the first original drama to debut exclusively on CBC’s streaming platforms.

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Fall TV’s balancing act

Broadcasters aim to draw eyes (and advertisers) with rejigged schedules, fresh content and digital streamers.

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Consolidated revenues dip 4% for Corus in Q3 financials

Decreasing ad revenues in its TV business continued to weigh on the media company’s bottom line.

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Blue Ant Media bolsters Canadian slate

The Toronto-based channel operator adds Blown Away to its lineup, alongside returning series like Beautiful Weddings (pictured).

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America’s Got Talent stays on top: Numeris

The talent show was followed closely by Code Black, which kept its #2 spot from last week.

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13% of Canadians still pirate content (study)

The latest report from the Media Technology Monitor analyzes data from 4,000 Canadians, revealing how Netflix and smart speakers are gaining traction nation-wide.

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The Stanley Cup Playoffs, by the numbers

The Capitals took home their first Cup, but the Jets also set a key record.

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America’s Got Talent wins again: Numeris

The talent show was back on top, but lost some viewers from last week.

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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.