Kristyn Anthony

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ICYMI: Hasbro assigns MediaCom, CBC brings on Lady Dicks

Plus, BNN Bloomberg business series Sidelines returns and Outfront celebrates one year of programmatic action.

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Alex Panousis named CEO of Carat Canada

The former Havas executive leader joins the Dentsu network to begin a new chapter in a more complex business environment.

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What to expect from the XFL in Canada

The ‘all-new’ football league drew 1.6 million Canadian viewers across four league-opening games.

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Cineplex Q4 media revenue breaks records

The entertainment company continues to see a decline in theatre-goers as media revenue sees a 20% increase.

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Super Bowl LIV the top draw: Numeris

The Masked Singer benefited from airing directly after the action, drawing a significant audience of its own.

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Spotted! Hershey’s gets nostalgic for Valentine’s Day

The brand’s two-day Union Station activation encourages love the old-fashioned way, with sweet snail mail.

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Sunwing continues to fly high: Media Monitors

Travel services continue to spend big and dominate in both Toronto and Montreal.

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The new way Dentsu is looking at audiences

Isobar’s Charlie Almond breaks down the four new consumer categories it’s determined – and how brands can tap their mindsets.

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Netflix has a hold on French Canada; Comedy rules for podcasts

The Media Technology Monitor’s latest report offers a glimpse into how Canadians are engaging with the newest kinds of media.

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Pinterest hits $1 billion in annual revenue

The company finished the year with a big lift in revenue and more than 335 million global users.

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Outfront Media tackles more of the Yonge corridor

Through a partnership with RioCan, Outfront builds on its presence along the Yonge corridor.

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ICYMI: Arkells want you to read more local news, Google expands in Canada

Plus, Facebook shuts down mobile Audience Network and TCL pulls the plug on BlackBerry.

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Stingray revenues jump 15% in Q3

Canadian revenues accounted for more than 70% of total revenue.

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Station 19 debuts at the top: Numeris

The Grey’s Anatomy spinoff drew the bulk of Canadian viewers, however the Grammy Awards topped most markets.

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Podcasts, premium revenue drives Q4 for Spotify

Although ad revenue grew year-over-year, it missed expectations slightly due in part to technical issues with a new order management system.