CBC to air Junos through 2023
A deal with CARAS sees the pubcaster broadcasting the 47th annual awards from Vancouver next March.
Rogers posts media gains in Q1
The telco also posted a 6% bump in overall profits, thanks in part to $26 million gain in its media business.
The Big Bang Theory holds the top, but Hockey Night creeps up: Numeris
The comedy on CTV brought in the most viewers of all single-night shows for the week of April 3 to 9, but the Leafs’ playoff-cinching match drew big audiences across all markets.
Growth in OTT may have led to a peak in high-definition receivers: study
Meanwhile, high-definition TV sets are so popular, even one quarter of “tuned-out” Canadians own them. But the same cannot be said for Ultra HD.
We’re on the hunt for artistic philanthropists
Want to donate the brilliant output of your side project labours and reap Stimulant fame?
CRTC to review CBC, digital media
As part of its three-year plan, the commission will look to renew and monitor the pubcaster’s licence, as well as research the financial state of digital media.
Stanley Cup Playoffs game two up 181% from 2016
After a Canada-free post-season in 2016, ratings have unsurprisingly rebounded.
Peter Mears named global COO at Havas
He moves over from Initiative to take on the newly created role.
Robert Meth joins EQ Works
The real-time location technology company has added a VP of partnerships to meet a period of growth.
RBC buys the top: Media Monitors
The bank bought the most airtime in Toronto for the week of April 10 to 16.
Chronicle Herald acquires Transcontinental properties
The acquisition will see a new parent company known as SaltWire Network Inc., making it the largest media company in Atlantic Canada.
Corus rebrands client marketing division
One year after acquiring Shaw Media, VP Barb McKergow gives details on the division’s new name.
Ad safety: Isn’t this the Google we created?
Sarah Ivey from Agents of Necessity on how the industry made the digital media unicorns that are now having their feet held to the fire.
Cable in decline, but still the number-one TV delivery method: study
Three quarters of Canadians still pay for TV in some form and most prefer cable. But fibre optic share is steadily rising.