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Amazon dominates paid search in Canada: study

A new study says retailers and financial companies are getting the best results on Google.ca.

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Kraft gets bold with Vice

A new partnership for the brand kicks off the launch of its new Kraft Singles line, which is targeted at millennials.

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Blog: What’s your definition of brand safe?

Jonathan Davids, founder and CEO of Influicity, on the need to develop a brand safety guide before working with influencers.

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CBC Sports gets pool side seats with four-year deal

The pubcaster will air FINA and Swimming Canada content through 2020.

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CFL goes live with Twitter

The football league has launched the first live streaming show with Twitter Canada.

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Fall TV: What’s all the complaining about?

Media industry experts air their grievances. Broadcasters respond.

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Spotted! A sophisticated ice cream pop-up

Häagen-Dazs has its eye on young professionals, with tasting “flights” of ice cream and booze-infused dessert cocktails.

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The&Partnership, Cossette strike partnership on Telus

The as-yet-to-be-named unit will integrate media, digital, creative and more, baking on what it says is an increased demand for multidisciplinary agencies.

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Three weeks at the top for America’s Got Talent: Numeris

The reality competition show held the top spot for the week of June 12 to 18.

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Blog: What is left of the programmatic TV promise?

Cundari Media’s Luke Moore asks if the data and software solution will ever become a material possibility in the Canadian market.

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Rogers launches new drive-time radio shows in Vancouver

In a quest for greater ratings, the Jack 96.9 team is enlisting established hosts with strong followings to boost its listeners.

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What’s the reality of the VR market?

There are 200 companies working in the virtual reality space in Canada, with more than 300 content projects on the go, but distribution and financing remain problematic, according to a new report.

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Revenues, profits up for Corus in Q3

Subscriber gains in its TV business helped the Toronto media co on its way to posting consolidated revenues of $461.1 million in its latest financial report.

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Star Touch to shutter next month

After missing reader and advertiser goals, Torstar will shutter its tablet app at the end of July.

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NYT focusing on subscribers, not ads, in Canadian push

The media co’s president of international, Stephen Dunbar-Johnson, on its success in Canada to date.