Articles Tagged ‘CBC’
Visa sponsorship sees CBC put VR in Games spotlight
With branded partnerships tripled over Sochi, the pubcaster is stretching its legs in producing custom content for the Games.
Kirstine Stewart to leave Twitter
The former broadcaster and VP of media for North America will be leaving the social media company at a to-be-determined date.
CBC unveils ‘The Goods’
The pubcaster has named the final hosts of its new daytime show, which will hit airwaves in October. (New hosts Andrea Bain and Shahir Massoud pictured.)
Baroness von Sketch, Still Standing renewed at CBC
The two series will return for new seasons in 2017. (Baroness pictured.)
Introducing the Canadian originals
While Canada’s spring upfronts often emphasize broadcasters’ prime-time U.S. acquisitions, their original series present unique opportunities.
Sport Chek takes mobile-first approach to Rio
The retailer has made Facebook the first screen for its Olympic campaign.
Specialty check-in: ads down, subscribers up
How the top channels and industry overall fared in 2015, according to the CRTC’s report.
ICYMI: The Hip coming to CBC, Tony Awards up on CTV
In case you missed it: The Tragically Hip will be broadcasted live on the CBC, Tony Award ratings grew on CTV and media entries are down at the Cannes Lions for 2016. (Tony Awards host James Corden pictured.)
A view into Radio-Canada’s new windowing strategy
CRO Jean Mongeau on how the pubcaster is experimenting with its French SVOD to extend linear audiences.
Upfronts 2016: CBC tables a “transitional” 2016/2017 schedule
As the pubcaster enters its third upfront under its premium-focused programming strategy, it continues to seek balance between new series, second chances and long-running hits.
CBC unveils biggest-ever digital slate
The pubcaster has nine new digital shows coming to its online channels next season. (My 90-Year-Old Roommate pictured.)
Lacroix outlines CBC’s digital present and future
The pubcaster’s CEO and president Hubert T. Lacroix (pictured) discussed his company’s digital transition at UBC on Tuesday evening.
CBC greenlights new web series Coming In
The series tells the story of a gay man who wakes up straight the morning of his wedding. (Series creators Graydon Sheppard and Kyle Humphrey pictured.)
ICYMI: CBC wants to keep radio ads, Cordery returns to U.K.
In case you missed it: The CBC has applied to extend radio ads on Radio 2 and ICI Musique, Loraine Cordery lands at Havas Media, and City’s Between gets a second season.
How NHL round-two action fared on Rogers
Numbers are taking a hit with the lack of Canadian teams, though audiences increased from the first to the second round on CBC.