Research

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How the digital audio wave compares to digital TV

A new report surveyed radio consumers 18-plus finding just one-fifth listen online and the car remains the most common place to tune in.

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North American organic growth up at Omnicom in Q3

Revenue fell at the holding company, although it was largely attributed to stronger foreign exchange rates.

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Toyota climbs back to the top: Media Monitors

Foreign and domestic auto industries ups their spend in both Toronto and Montreal, while election season puts governments and unions on the charts.

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EMarketer dials back Amazon predictions slightly

The global marketing intelligence firm now predicts that Amazon will get a 7.6% share of digital ad dollars, less than previously predicted.

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The Good Doctor takes it: Numeris

Fall TV returns with increased viewership across all markets as hospital dramas ‘The Good Doctor’ and ‘New Amsterdam’ draw viewers.

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Scotiabank climbs to the top: Media Monitors

Home decor and paint companies enter both the Toronto and Montreal markets, while auto brands significantly decrease spend.

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How much election ad spend went to TV?

Plus, Zenith has dialed back its overall ad spending forecast for Canada in 2021.

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What does your brain look like on branded podcasts?

Neuroscientists tested regular podcast listeners, finding higher engagement, brand awareness and purchase intent with branded audio content.

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Emmy broadcast draws Canadian viewers: Numeris

Ceremony honouring primetime television found audiences across all markets, while in Quebec, NDP leader Jagmeet Singh’s ‘Tout le monde en parle’ appearance draws viewers.

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New rev models rising, but display ads still top for publishers

Subscriptions, events, ecommerce and branded content are increasingly important, but donations remain a low priority.

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Toyota trends at the top: Media Monitors

CTV keeps a hold at the top in Montreal while the auto industry at large, continues to spend big nationwide.

Retro TV

More than 20% of Canadians plan to cut the cord: study

One in seven Canadians have transitioned from linear TV to online and OTT services and one in five intend to do so over the next year.

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The Amazing Race Canada finishes at the top: Numeris

The finale drew the most viewers of its seventh season run, while debut of Lip Sync to the Rescue resonated with an Edmonton audience.

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Messaging apps to reach 2.52 billion people this year: study

WhatsApp is driving global growth, while the app remains niche in Canada.