Articles Tagged ‘TSN’
Astral OOH wins Toronto’s Pearson Airport
The Bell Media division has won the OOH rights for the most-trafficked airport in the country.
Bell signs up to play with Northern Arena
The service provider’s title sponsorship signals the growing opportunity eSports offers to reach users most hooked on the internet.
Wimbledon men’s final makes history for TSN
Sunday morning’s match was the most-watched men’s tennis game in Canadian TV history, rounding out a big weekend for the Bell Media sports channels.
ICYMI: IKEA stays in the Jungle, Toronto Fashion Week shuts down
In case you missed it: IKEA splits its global media account between Dentsu and GroupM, Toronto Fashion Week shuts down and mobile ad completion rates on the rise on Tube Mogul.
Over one million saw James crowned on TSN
Bell Media played host to multiple big Sunday night events, drawing large numbers on TSN and HBO Canada, and lower overnights for the iHeartRadio MMVAs.
Backyard beer games return to TSN and RDS
The beer brand has evolved the program for year two, increasing engagement and expanding the number of stops on its tour.
Raptors post record-breaking ratings
The team’s long-weekend home game was watched by an average of 1.8 million viewers on TSN.
IIHF closes to over one million on TSN/RDS
Viewership to Team Canada’s games during the tournament were up 13% over last year overall.
Raptors and TSN make history in game seven
Sunday’s second-round clincher was watched by an average audience of 1.5 million.
TSN launches tournament takeover
The sports channel has launched its first station domination, promoting an upcoming set of tournaments.
How many days until World Juniors?
Team Canada’s puck-drop details for the tournament, which is being hosted in Montreal and Toronto after its ratings record-breaker in 2015.
ICYMI: CTV to air the Tony Awards, NBC pacts with SnapChat
In case you missed it: CTV has acquired rights to the Tony Awards, NBC is sharing its Olympic content with SnapChat and Jeff Hutcheson is retiring from Canada AM.
ICYMI: Twitter’s celeb-friendly space, The Masters post growth
In case you missed it: Twitter Canada has opened a Blue Room, The Masters posted higher viewership numbers and digital spend is expected to pass TV in the U.S. next year.
ICYMI: Mike Weir joins CTV’s Masters team, Wally Crouter passes away
In case you missed it: Valpak strengthens partnership with U.S. group, CTV and TSN bring on Mike Weir for Masters’ analysis and at 92, Wally Crouter is dead.
TSN kicks off March Madness
Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Infiniti and Warner Bros. are all on as sponsors of this year’s tournament.