Articles Tagged ‘Netflix’

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SVODs and ads: It’s complicated

With the OTT market now welcoming another player – Apple – MiC taps its digital experts on how ads on SVODs are likely to be received, and where the potential lies.

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Netflix on the rise, Corus brands strong with viewers: study

SRG’s Digital Life study looks closely at which TV brands are top-of-mind for Canadians.

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Spotted! Netflix drives into town

As part of a promotional effort for its new original movie Triple Frontier, Netflix took an unassuming red truck to the Auto Show.

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Pay TV popular, but viewed as ‘supplemental’: study

A new study by TiVo shows that most people combine OTT and TV, but view them differently.

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TV and OTT subscriptions almost equal: study

Plus, Amazon Prime and Sportsnet Now are making waves.

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OTT viewing, video sharing rising: report

Sandvine’s measurement of downstream and upstream traffic also shows that Snapchat users are more active than one might expect.

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Netflix rules for drama, CBC for online news: study

The CBC was the most popular source of news content, according to the latest report from Media Technology Monitor.

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Where does Canada stack up for OTT subscription?

The SVOD is gaining ground in English Canada, but Quebec still has reservations.

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CBC, Netflix renew Anne

The drama has been given the greenlight for a third season, prior to its season two premiere on CBC this fall.

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Netflix’s growth in Canada set to slow: study

The SVOD’s growth rate will be outpaced by that of the overall OTT industry in Canada, according to eMarketer.

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Fall TV: The complaint line

Experts express their complaints about TV buying and the networks respond.

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Fall TV’s balancing act

Broadcasters aim to draw eyes (and advertisers) with rejigged schedules, fresh content and digital streamers.

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Canadians get their newspaper fix online (study)

Most of the over 42,000 Canadians surveyed for the summer 2018 Vividata study reported reading newspaper content in the past week.

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Who are Canada’s ‘four screen’ Anglophones?

The report, “Four Screen Anglophones,” looks at how the English-speaking Canadian market utilizes multi-screens.

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ICYMI: CBC sales shift, Royal Wedding details

Global and CTV unveil their coverage plans for the big day.