Articles Tagged ‘simultaneous substitution’

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Super Bowl ratings down 39% for Bell Media

The media co attributed the decline to the CRTC’s previous simsub ruling, and vows to continue to fight the decision.

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Experts weigh in on Super Bowl ads and Canadian value

Pundits pick their faves and debate the value for Canadian brands buying around the game if simsub holds

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NFL continues fight for sim sub

The league’s Canadian managing director has written to the U.S. Ambassador to Canada.

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CRTC orders removal of simsub for Super Bowl

The order was made despite a pending federal appeal from BCE and the NFL, which is expected to conclude this fall.

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This is your brain on Super Bowl ads

Bell Media and Brainsights partnered to measure the top ads and moments from Super Bowl 50.

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CRTC opens floor for simsub comments

The regulator has called for public comment on the Super Bowl simsub issue ahead of this weekend’s big game.

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CTV gears up for Super Bowl 50

The field is set in California, but next year’s impending simsub decision is weighing heavy on the minds of industry members heading into this weekend’s game.

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CTV scores on Sunday with NFL and X-Files

AFC and NFC Championship games and the return of Mulder and Scully drew big numbers to the network on Sunday.

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Opinion: CRTC clearly offside with Super Bowl decision

With the NFL’s involvement in the simsub debate, Judy Davey of the ACA argues why the regulator’s move sets the industry up for a loss.

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Let’s talk simultaneous substitution

Industry execs discuss the implications of ending simultaneous substitution, as the CRTC moves to examine the practice as part of Let’s Talk TV.