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Auto ads up on radio, financial services decrease: Media Monitors

As provincial governments gradually decrease their buys, some categories are ramping up while others continue to shrink.

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Inside TD’s homebound sponsorship play

Big in-person events are out. Here’s how TD’s evaluating sponsorships going forward.

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TV viewing in lockdown: What to do about weekends?

Viewers aren’t going out on Saturday nights anymore – how can brands capitalize?

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People Moves: Daily Hive, True Media and more

Plus, Reuters and TVA add new leadership, and Brian Cooper joins TheScore board of directors.

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ICYMI: Canadian Baking Show coming back for more

Plus, Quebecor lends a hand, and Cue Digital Media recognized in the Financial Times.

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Amazon posts mixed results for Q1, but are ads a bright spot?

The company will put its second-quarter profits into new processes to ensure safer facilities.

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TV viewing in lockdown: Turning a corner

As Canadians settle more into their at-home routine, the numbers show they’re craving some laughs and cheers.

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Late March saw Twitter ad rev fall 27% year-over-year

Users surged for the platform, but the income generated by ads ran almost inverse to this lift.

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Facebook posts Q1 results, gives early peek at Q2

Revenues for April are relatively unchanged, indicating that flat might be the new up for the pandemic.

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It’s a mixed bag for Alphabet in Q1

The first of the big digital media companies to report its earnings since the beginning of the pandemic saw growth, but pointed to a slowdown in March.

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Together at Home takes it: Numeris

As feel-good and procedural programming shines, news has slipped down the ranks slightly.

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Postmedia pulls the plug on 15 community papers

Publications from Selkirk, Windsor-Essex and Napanee (pictured) will shutter.

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How gaming trends are evolving through the pandemic

From Animal Crossing to crosswords, how are Canadians engaging with games – and how can brands get involved?