Articles Tagged ‘Rogers’

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Who were Twitter’s top Canadian brands?

Wendy’s, AmEx and Paramount Foods were lauded for their launches, influencer strategies and more.

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Former Rogers Media exec Leslie Sole dies

Sole oversaw the expansion of Citytv, OMNI and Rogers’ specialty portfolio during his 25 years with the company.

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Media revenues decrease for Rogers in Q3

However, the dip has been largely attributed to the Blue Jays.

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Rogers climbs to the top in Toronto: Media Monitors

Hydro-Québec also took the first place position in Montreal.

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Rogers leans into experiential for IgniteTV

While TV is necessary for brand messaging, VP Drew Stevenson said getting the product in people’s hands – while promoting Rogers’ fall programming – is a must for lead generation.

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Media revenue down for Rogers in Q2

Lower advertising revenue and lower Jays revenue drove the trend.

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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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CityTV announces 11 new shows, classic reboots

City has also acquired The Simpsons for its 30th season, set to air Sunday nights.

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Rogers, CTV hit the top: Media Monitors

QSRs and cable TV were the most powerful buying categories for the week.

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City announces steamy summer schedule

The schedule features favourites like the Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise alongside new dating show The Proposal, premiering June 18.

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Henry’s partners with Rogers Media to launch magazine

The free publication will have a circulation of 120,000 across Canada, with content targeted to visual artists.

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Pinty’s extends its commitment to curling

The food brand will sponsor Sportsnet’s Grand Slam of Curling for another five years.

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Rogers Internet returns to the top: Media Monitors

Although the service provider purchased the most spots as a brand, auto dealer associations were the biggest buying category.

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Cord cutting slows for Shaw, but not for most competitors

Telus saw subscriber gains for the year, and Boon Dog’s latest study shows a 20% overall drop in cord-cutting. But most cable providers still saw increased customer losses.