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TSN, Sportsnet announce 2022-23 Raptors broadcast schedule

Google, Mary Brown’s and Subway have signed on as new sponsors for TSN’s games this season.


Environics Analytics adopts UID 2.0

In addition to bringing the post-cookie identifier to its clean room services, the analytics company is also adding more of its data to The Trade Desk’s programmatic platform.


Spotted! Chevy makes a TikTok song using the Bolt

An effect on the platform also lets users sample the various sounds the EV makes and remix them into songs of their own.


Dairy Farmers of Ontario sign on as Maple Leafs’ jersey sponsor

The “Milk” logo will appear on all team jerseys as DFO extends its community-focused partnership.

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Air Transat buys the top in Toronto: Media Monitors

Meanwhile, Bell held on to its top spot in Montreal.


ICYMI: Teads adds local news sites to its portfolio

Plus, Pink Triangle Press continues to add to its senior staff and Vumedia hires a new VP.


Montreal Canadiens get RBC as first jersey sponsor

The Habs are the first Canadian team to put ads on its sweater, a new sponsorship option for the upcoming NHL season.

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ZoomerMedia acquires Daily Hive

By combining the local news site’s operations with BlogTO, the company aims to form the largest youth-focused digital media platform in Canada.

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Wireless brands stay on top for one more week: Media Monitors

But other advertisers are getting off to strong starts for their fall radio pushes.

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Blue Ant adds Mike Holmes content to FAST offering

In addition to over 200 hours of existing content for Homeful, a new deal will also see the company commission new DIY content.

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Spotted! Just For Laughs stands up in the metaverse

The comedy festival will be airing several specials in Meta’s VR world.

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Virgin Plus buys the top, again: Media Monitors

But the CNE, U of T and BMO made strong bids in Toronto.