Articles Tagged ‘NHL Playoffs’

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Less commercial time, more Canadian hockey

Rogers Media’s Scott Moore and Anthony Attard detail the media co’s plans for the Canada-heavy first round of the NHL playoffs.

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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.

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How Rogers is handling a Canada-free NHL Playoffs

Scott Moore on how the media co is creating more of a tournament feel to combat the lack of Canadian teams making it to the post-season.

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NHL Playoffs get Canadian boost

Ratings for the first round are up by double digits.

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Playoff potential: Rogers Media’s post-season promo strategy

Helping viewers source games across its properties is key to the strategy, along with addressing the higher audience potential of the playoffs, says Rogers exec.

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Criminal Minds rises to the top: BBM

The crime drama netted 2.05 million viewers, while the NHL Playoffs were the top weekly program for May 20 to 26.

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The Big Bang Theory tops ratings: BBM

The comedy drew in 3.12 million viewers, while the NHL Playoffs were the top weekly program for May 6 to 12, 2013.

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Big Bang Theory takes top spot: BBM

The comedy brought in 3.119 million viewers, with the NHL Playoffs taking the spot for most-watched weekly program for April 29 to May 5, 2013.

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American Idol sings its way to the top: BBM, May 21 to 27, 2012

The finale of the reality show on CTV grabbed the most viewers Wednesday night, while the third round of the NHL Playoffs topped the weekly averaged show list.

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The Big Bang Theory takes top spot: BBM, April 23 to April 29, 2012

The CTV comedy came in at #1 for the week, while the NHL Playoffs topped the weekly averaged show list.

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Amazing Race takes a hold of the top spot: BBM, April 9 to 15, 2012

The CTV show had the most viewers for a single show, while the NHL Playoffs snagged first position on the weekly averaged show list.

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Molson Coors remembers 92 years of the Stanley Cup

The brewing co has placed NHL commemorative cards inside the packaging of three of its brands and supported the initiative with TV and a Facebook app.