Articles Tagged ‘Telus’

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The&Partnership, Cossette strike partnership on Telus

The as-yet-to-be-named unit will integrate media, digital, creative and more, baking on what it says is an increased demand for multidisciplinary agencies.

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Cord-cutting hit a record high in 2016: report

But those who have cut the cord still only account for a small percentage of the total market, according to a report from Boon Dog.

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Telus takes on VIs for ‘bonus’ advertising: CRTC hearings

The telco accused vertically integrated services, specifically Bell, of freezing out Telus when it comes to soft news.

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Starcom’s strategic nab: Mike Rumble

The media exec has moved over to the Publicis agency as head of strategy.

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Blog: Addressing TV’s addressability

PHD Canada’s Rob Young makes a case for increased addressability in TV but acknowledges that Canadian media cos may not be ready yet.

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Darren Entwistle takes back the reins at Telus

Joe Natale leaves the position of president and CEO of the company after he took over the job from Entwistle (pictured) in May 2014.

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Bell Media revenue down in Q2

Ad revenues are down for the company’s media business, but parent co BCE posted a 25% increase in profit.

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CBC taps new director of marketing

Catherine Patry is joining the pubcaster following nearly eight years at Telus.

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CRTC rules for Rogers Media in GamePlus app complaint

The regulator said Rogers’ subscriber-only hockey game camera angles do not breach anti-competition rules for exclusive content.

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MiC’s Nice List: Best of 2014

From Kraft’s adorable shift in strategy to an anti-littering PSA that got yanked, the editorial team at MiC and strategy pick their favourite campaigns from the last 12 months.

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Montreal’s subway system is going online

A partnership between Bell, Rogers, Telus and Videotron is bringing a wireless network to the transit service, starting with the downtown area.

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Telus to offer Project Latte streamer on Optik TV

The phone giant recently told the CRTC it didn’t like Rogers Media and Shaw Media keeping Shomi for its own subscribers. So it’s offering Bell Media’s rival SVOD to its own TV customers.

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Telus backs a la carte, targets Shomi at CRTC hearing

The telco said vertically integrated carriers were using programming services to show undue preference for their distribution platforms.

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Shomi’s cord-cutting dilemma

Rogers and Shaw have created something that will impact their broader telecom business, and financial analysts say that might not be a bad thing.

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Telus gives it away in Vancouver

The mobile phone company has partnered with Lamar Advertising to make free Wi-Fi available for transit-goers on three popular routes in the city.