Articles Tagged ‘Michael Neale’

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GroupM adds head of programmatic operations

Kalin Kotzev will oversee the development of the agency group’s programmatic offering, allowing more flexibility for client work.

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Blog: OTT video taking over in Canada?

MediaCom Canada’s CCO Michael Neale says regardless of the outcome of today’s FCC vote in the U.S., OTT video will remain on the outskirts of Canadian media.

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CTV gears up for Super Bowl 50

The field is set in California, but next year’s impending simsub decision is weighing heavy on the minds of industry members heading into this weekend’s game.

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The fight for specialty channel survival

Industry members weigh-in on the potential casualties of next year’s specialty TV shift.

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Blog: TV as the great connector

Michael Neale, chief commercial officer at MediaCom Canada, on why this year’s upfronts should focus on TV as a connecting system, not just as a ratings platform.

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Where specialty is headed in Canada

Mediacom’s Michael Neale on profits, revenues and viewership on specialty channels, as the CRTC unveils updates to its upcoming pick-and-pay model.

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What media execs want to see from the CBC

With the losses of HNIC, Strombo and more, we asked media execs what the pubcaster can offer its Canadian advertising clients.

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Agencies weigh in on Facebook autoplay video ads

Michael Neale of MediaCom and Ryan Langsford of Cossette offer their thoughts on the new ad unit still being tested by the social media giant.

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One last thing: Michael Neale on the NHL’s deal with Rogers

MediaCom Canada’s chief investment officer closes the week with his thoughts on what the blockbuster deal will mean for Rogers.

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Blog: Chromecast, the next great living room gadget?

MediaCom’s Robin Hassan and Michael Neale on why the new launch could be the device that changes the TV industry.

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Industry reacts to BCE/Astral deal

Sunni Boot, Bruce Neve, Shelley Smit and Michael Neale weigh in on the implications of the $3.4 billion deal getting the green light from the CRTC.

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Fall TV: Being upfront

Agency partners and clients weigh in on how viewer fragmentation is impacting television’s biggest buying season.

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MediaCom adds a director of new business

Robert Meth joins the agency in the new role, focused on developing an ongoing line of new clients.

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Fall TV: Primetime Battlegrounds

We called in some media insiders to pick the best bets and toughest fights across the new fall schedule.

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MediaCom Canada names Michael Neale CIO

Neale replaces Sylvia Criger in the position.