Rogers buys the top: Media Monitors

Radio

The communications company had the most ad air time in Toronto for the week of Sept. 1 to 7, according to the report.



TV needs guidelines, not regulations, Shaw tells CRTC

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Company executives stressed allowing market forces to decide on pick-and-pay and cable unbundling in its Let’s Talk TV presentation. (Shaw Media EVP of content Barb Williams pictured)



GM’s 2014 NFL strategy

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The automotive brand has increased and shifted its spending to premium segments on CTV’s NFL broadcasts this season.



Rogers backs pick-pack cable packaging in CRTC hearings

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The cable and mobile giant also opposed the end of simultaneous substitution. (Rogers Media president Keith Pelley pictured)



Corus to CRTC: more choice will ‘paralyze’ consumers

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Corus took a largely anti-regulatory stance on Wednesday, arguing the broadcast system is working fine as-is, both from a revenue and customer satisfaction perspective. (Corus CEO and president John Cassaday pictured.)



New Maxus CEO leans into digital with hire

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Steve Williams has brought Jonathan Adams (pictured) onto the team as chief digital officer, his first major appointment since joining the GroupM agency in June.



Olive Media adds new native option

DigitalMobile

The company has partnered with Nativo to introduce True Native, a new product that keeps visitors on the pages of publishers when they click on native ads.



Publicis Groupe and Adobe go to the cloud

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All agencies in the group will be using the new Always-On Platform to help reach its goals of getting 75% of its revenue from digital and emerging markets by 2018.



Spotted! Bell’s TIFF fan box

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An inside look at how the company has been bringing its mobile, television and media properties to street-level during this year’s festival.



Give indies a fair fight, Blue Ant urges CRTC

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Raja Khanna, CEO of TV and digital at the company told the regulator seven of its eight channels would likely fold under pick-and-pay.