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ICYMI: Sportsnet preps for Trade Deadline

Plus, CMA and NABS have partnered to raise awareness, and a radio veteran has joined The New Classical.

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Spotted! The next station stop is Florida

The bright pink campaign reached an estimated 700,000 shivering passengers per day.

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ICYMI: BuzzFeed Canada unionizing

Plus, BBC’s Life Below Zero is coming to Canada and more.

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ICYMI: CBC gets social for comedy contest

Plus, Publicis’ revenue comes up short of expectations.

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ICYMI: Reddit rolls out cost-per-click, Omni preps for Lunar New Year

Plus, Postmedia makes a change to its pension plans.

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Media Roundtable: What’s changing for brands?

Media consolidation, changing audience habits and next-generation competition: how are brands (and media agencies) keeping up?

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Who’s on the AToMiC Awards: Public Service shortlist?

Here’s the work that’s in the running for an award on March 5.

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Blis partners with Cue Digital on Canadian debut

Global location-data company kicks off 2019 with entrance into Great White North marketplace.

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A note to our readers

We will take a short break from publication, resuming Jan. 3.

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ICYMI: Omnicom joins podcast study and more

Plus, Captivate enters the Financial District and HGTV reveals its mid-season lineup.

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Revenues up at Transcontinental

The Q4 and fiscal 2018 results show revenues up at the Montreal-based publishing company.

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Spotted! A holiday mural goes up brick by brick

The activation aimed to reach Canadian’s young and old who haven’t grown up creating with Lego.

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Michel Bissonnette named interim EVP of CBC

The EVP of French Services will serve in a dual role until Heather Conway’s successor is named.

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ICYMI: Networks pitch CRTC to replace OMNI

Plus, CBC has announced its holiday programming schedule, and LinkedIn is rolling out a student-focused feature.

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Federal government pledges nearly $600 million to media

Finance Minister Bill Morneau called the measures an effort to “protect the vital role that independent news media play in our democracy and in our communities.”