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Big Bang stays on top: Numeris

The MLS cup was no match for the Big Bang gang.

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Bell Media’s simsub federal court appeal is dismissed

The media company is “considering all options” on how to proceed.

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Stuart Garvie: There’s more to TV than brand safety

GroupM Canada’s CEO says there’s plenty more reasons to buy television than mass reach and brand-friendliness.

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X-Files, The Launch, Amazing Race lead CTV’s mid-season

New shows and returning favourites follow a successful fall with Young Sheldon and The Good Doctor.

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Rogers Media and CBC extend NHL deal to 2026

The new seven-year agreement keeps Hockey Night in Canada on linear and digital platforms at both broadcasters.

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Vice goes broad with CTV’s linear audience

The millennial media co deepens its relationship with Bell Media as industry watchers wait for news on Viceland’s fate.

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Judy Davey on trust, simsub and where TV goes from here

The ACA’s VP of media policy and marketing capabilities says TV still has a lot to be proud for — but there are changes she’d like to see down the road.

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What shows were most-streamed in 2017?

Netflix, CraveTV and Apple share their Top 10s to show which properties are finding audiences away from linear television.

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The MiC Nice List for 2017

Our editorial staff picks a few of its favourite media executions from the past year.

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Samsung teams with Blue Ant around 4K content

Love Nature’s SVOD product doesn’t offer advertising, but the TV maker has signed on to cross-promote next-gen hardware and content.

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Big Bang comes back with a big bang: Numeris

Although Sheldon reigned at the top, hockey played a big part in individual markets.

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Toronto FC wins MLS Cup and Saturday ratings

An average audience of 1.3 million viewers tuned in to TSN to watch Canadian sport history unfold.

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TV stays steady even as OTT rises: study

How do Canada’s various Anglophone markets differ in media use? The MTM’s latest study shows TV is the most consistent media.

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Melissa Godin joins Groupe V

MusiquePlus’s parent company brings more senior talent aboard to help find audiences beyond the TV screen.

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CFL promotes Kelly Shouldice, focuses on content

Shouldice says the growth in new content’s audiences correlates with a boost to the CFL’s more traditional stats.