Articles Tagged ‘Bell Media’

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Will we be driving ads one day? DPAA summit takeaways

Plus, is programmatic OOH really programmatic? Does the distinction even matter?

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Sheldon stays on top: Numeris

The Big Bang Theory and its prequel captured the attention of every Anglophone market in Canada.

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Supreme Court to hear Bell Media’s simsub appeal

Canada’s top court said the appeal gives it an opportunity to consider judicial review of actions taken by administrative bodies like the CRTC.

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The Sheldon Cooper duo takes the week: Numeris

The comedy is set to close out the year with a near-undefeated season.

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Virgin Mobile, CTV take the top: Media Monitors

The mobile service provider barely edged out second-place finisher Lowe’s.

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CTV will bring back The Launch

Songs released through the show have now garnered a total of around 12 million streams online, according to Bell Media.

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ICYMI: AutoTrader expands TRFFK

Plus, new unscripted series from CBC and Gusto.

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Ad revenues decline, but subscribers up for Bell Media in Q1

Bell Media’s operating revenues dipped slightly to $749 million in Q1 as overall growth in subscriber revenues offset declines in the ad market.

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Big Bang wins again: Numeris

Plus, viewership for the first round of the NHL Playoffs beat out last year’s audience numbers.

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Spotted! Blessed are the meek

Cloaked handmaids caused a stir in some cities.

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Bell Media says yes to Where To I Do? season two

The inaugural project produced through the companies’ original programming pact has been renewed ahead of its season one premiere on Gusto next month.

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The Amazing Race and Chevrolet go live on Facebook

This is the first time the network has taken viewers behind-the-scenes in anticipation of the show, now in its sixth season.

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CTV trio takes the top three spots: Numeris

Plus, Rick’s final rant pulls in big numbers.

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Hudson’s Bay, CTV take the top: Media Monitors

Auto dealers were still the biggest category buyers in both Toronto and Montreal.

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ICYMI: The Goods will go, BNN Bloomberg coming soon

Plus, Private Eyes will return May 27, and Noise Digital has won new business.