Articles Tagged ‘Rogers Media’

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Apple looks back to mag business with Texture deal

Rogers Media and its U.S. counterparts are selling the “Netflix of magazines.”

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ICYMI: A tasty new TSN partnership

Plus, a new code of conduct to fight harassment and a Canadian original renewed for City.

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Village Media expands Rogers partnership to Ottawa

OttawaMatters.com launches with Rogers overseeing content and ad sales for the hyper-local news site.

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People Moves: Sportsnet says goodbye to Jerry Howarth

Plus, Noise Digital adds four and Media IQ hires Simon Tray.

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CRTC seeks input from digital giants

The commission told Netflix, CBC, Google and others that it wants their subscriber and Cancon investment info, but promised not to share it.

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ICYMI: CBC’s Olympics schedule, Bell’s big Let’s Talk numbers

CBC will broadcast a total of 21 hours of Olympic content per day, 18 of them being live.

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Grammy ratings drop on both sides of the border

Overnights show a 16% drop in viewers for City’s ceremony.

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Rogers Media revenues drop 4% in Q4

Revenues decreased to $526 million from $550 million a year ago, largely due to a shorter Toronto Blue Jays playoff run.

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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.

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Hockey Day in Canada gets an AMA boost

The average audience of the broadcast went up 7% from last year and 21% from 2016.

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Rogers and Vice part ways on Viceland

Months after reports said the partnership was ending, Vice is looking for new partners for its specialty TV content.

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Rogers testing dynamic ad insertion for digital audio

The company will use first- and third-party data for ads that it says will be better tailored and targeted to audiences.

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Clear Sky Radio sells southern Alberta station

Rogers “doubles down” south of Calgary by acquiring a classic hits FM station.

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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.

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City keeps the Grammy Awards

The Rogers Media-owned network will broadcast the music industry’s big night for another three years.