Articles Tagged ‘Corus Entertainment’


Inside Wendy’s all-in Big Brother strategy

On top of in-show integrations, the QSR will be the first to try out a new Twitter Moments ad product.


Celebrity Big Brother shines: Numeris

Now the Olympics affected what else Canadians watched.


Six new sponsors for Big Brother Canada

Air Transat will join The Brick as a grand prize sponsor.


CIBC partners with Buyers Bootcamp

Scott McGillivray is back to help flip houses with the financial institution carrying its five-year HGTV partnership forward.

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Rise arrives on Global’s midseason schedule

The series adds more high school drama to the network’s winter lineup.


Food Network goes to Chef School

The Corus-owned specialty net taps its talent for views online.

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ICYMI: Restructuring leads to 80 job losses at Global

Plus, CSA hosts announced, and a new chatbot tool from Adobe.


Global shifts Instinct premier, reveals Timeless’ return

The Corus-owned broadcaster tweaks its winter schedule ahead of a new series’ premier.


Home to Win welcomes four new sponsors

Six brands from previous seasons will also return for broadcast integration and digital vignettes.


Media Experts makes its picks for mid-season hits

The IPG agency looks to The Launch, a nameless show and the Olympics as big winners.


How Canadians feel about Netflix and other channels

While most Canadians identify CTV as their “favourite” channel, satisfaction and use of Netflix is on the rise.

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ICYMI: Bell’s Let’s Talk is back with new and familiar faces

Plus, Nike makes the most of a massive TV buy.


Global brings back fall favourites for mid-season

It will only introduce one new show, and will also use Facebook to live-stream the premiere of Mary Kills People.

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HGTV doubles down on Bryan Baeumler

The specialty net will bring back the popular home improvement star Baeumler for a new beach-side series.


Spotted! Global brings S.W.A.T. to the neighbourhood

Despite the adult appeal of S.W.A.T., the activation targeted kids and families to capture curious parents.