Articles Tagged ‘Winnipeg’

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Pattison OneStop touches down in Winnipeg

The digital out-of-home company will set up shop in Winnipeg’s 360 Main office tower.

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ICYMI: Changes coming to Instagram, Screen Awards ratings dip

In case you missed it: Instagram is changing its algorithm, the Canadian Screen Awards ratings dipped and Fox is getting into programmatic TV.

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BRBR preps for a road trip

TFO has partnered with Influicity to promote the show’s 2016 season with a 13-city bus tour.

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Fresh Radio changes its format

The set of Corus stations has rolled out a new All Music Workday.

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City replaces BT with radio-to-TV show in Winnipeg

The station has shelved Breakfast Television in the city, replacing it with a broadcast of popular radio show Wheeler in the Morning.

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Ron Burgundy is golden for TSN’s Roar of the Rings

The Anchorman 2 star contributes to a 38% increase in viewership for TSN’s curling championship.

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TSN brings Ron Burgundy to Winnipeg

The channel is partnering with Will Ferrell, star of Paramount Pictures’ Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues to have his character call live action during the Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings curling tournament.

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Pattison tweets city love with Spacing

The OOH company is kicking off a national program with the magazine, which asks Canadians to share feelings about their city in a public space.

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The Chang School eyes the September rush

Ryerson University’s school for continuing education is in market with a two-pronged campaign meant to attract students from both inside and outside the GTA.

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Coca-Cola launches pre-Olympic tour

The company is launching a cross-country “Move to the Beat” bus tour today in Vancouver to promote its involvement in the 2012 Olympic Games.

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Bell unveils benefits package for $3.38 billion Astral Media takeover

The phone giant proposes to spend $96 million to develop and produce indie Canadian TV programming, and divest itself of 10 radio stations, to receive regulatory approval.