Radio

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Why Corus wants to get back to ‘edgy’ with The Edge

The B Team premiered this week, as the station looks to find its footing with a voice that is edgy, not alienating, for audiences and advertisers.

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Auto dominates radio buying in Toronto: Media Monitors

In Montreal, however, CTV was back on top as the biggest buyer in radio.

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Auto show spends big: Media Monitors

Sunwing falls from the top spot in Toronto while Bell and CTV maintain the Montreal market.

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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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Stingray revenues jump 15% in Q3

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

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Sunwing flies back up the charts: Media Monitors

The Ontario Medical Association spends in Toronto while Sunwing increases its presence in both markets.

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The strategy behind Stingray’s latest acquisition

The acquisition of insights company Chatter will allow Stingray to bolster its media solutions portfolio, on top of more standard advertising.

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Loblaw scores the top spot: Media Monitors

The Montreal International Auto Show continues to spend making amusements and events the top of the buying category.

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Sunwing stays on top: Media Monitors

The Canadian tour operator spent big in Toronto, but CTV took over the top spot in Montreal.

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Sunwing flies to the top: Media Monitors

The Canadian tour operator spent big in both Toronto and Montreal landing top-buying categories in both cities.

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Growing TV ad revenue offsets radio declines at Corus

Television revenue hit $430 million for the first quarter of 2020, while merchandising and distribution revenue was also on the rise.

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Sleep Country Canada hits top spot: Media Monitors

In Montreal, Pharmaprix spends big to rise to the top while CTV steadies the top-five.

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CAA spends big: Media Monitors

Financial and auto industries dominate Toronto airwaves and a fresh top-three in Montreal sees content players, pharmacy in the mix.

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ICYMI: Farewell to the Farce, Lainey Lui to helm etalk

Plus, CBC names Chris Howden the new co-host of ‘As It Happens’ and Wattpad goes east.

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BMO climbs to the top: Media Monitors

In Toronto auto brands spend big and climb the charts while CTV and other Bell Media properties fork out the ad dollars in Montreal.