Articles Tagged ‘Rogers Media’
Rogers Radio goes live for new deal with Air Transat
Daily spots are part of a one-year deal between the travel company and KiSS 92.5.
What Mishmash Media sees in L’actualite
Eric Albert, VP of investments with company owner XPND Investments on how the former Rogers Media title fits into the growing company.
Mid-season TV checkup
We caught up with execs from Canada’s major networks to get the inside scoop on their mid-season strategy, from old faves to (potential) new hits.
Mishmash Media acquires L’actualite
The Quebec-based media company has acquired the title from Rogers Media.
What’s next for 2017: print
Experts predict what the Canadian industry can expect to see from magazines and newspapers in 2017.
Patrick Grierson to retire from Canadian Broadcast Sales
The industry veteran will leave his post next May.
Sportsnet posts a noteworthy November
Scott Moore, president of Sportsnet and NHL properties at Rogers on the assets that propelled the brand last month.
ICYMI: TC Media buys Rogers B2B titles, MSL acquires North Strategic
In case you missed it: TC Media has acquired the advisor and financial B2B titles from Rogers Media, Groupe V Media has hired a new EVP and Canada’s PR industry has consolidated further with MSLGroup deal.
Layoffs, restructuring at Rogers Media’s English-language titles
The media company has implemented a new organizational structure that leans more heavily on digital.
Rogers to close LOULOU, revive Châtelaine
Despite interest from buyers, LOULOU magazine is closing, as the media co announces other changes to its French-language publications.
Rogers Media makes its case for OMNI Regional: CRTC hearings
The media co also defended the shomi closure and discussed its approach to content ownership.
Broadcasters call for new funding models
Increased flexibility, changes to the tax credit system and a debate over rights ownership: the media cos make their cases for operating in a new digital world.
Rogers Media signs with SlimCut
The media co has partnered with the outstream video solutions company.
Erin Davis is leaving Toronto’s CHFI
Toronto broadcast host retires from radio after three decades.
World Series ends on a win for Sportsnet
The game seven match is the most-watched World Series game in the history of the network.