Television

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Citytv renews Hudson & Rex for season three

Production on the canine-police procedural is scheduled to begin next month.

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TVA focuses on family-friendly fall season

Some returning shows have been pushed to winter 2021, while one show was cancelled all together due in part to production concerns.

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Who Wants to Be a Millionaire returns with a bang: Numeris

With some entertainment programs pulling in lower numbers, news is once again starting to overtake glitzy summer hits.

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What Canadians are getting out of TV (and what they want)

Staying informed is important, according to a study by ThinkTV and Ipsos, but what Canadians really want is to relax and feel positive.

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What’s satiating sports fans needs during the pandemic?

Subscriptions to paid services have declined by 57% last fall, according to the MTM, and e-sports are only appealing to 10% of sports fans.

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Transplant takes it again: Numeris

Summer favourites America’s Got Talent and World of Dance also performed well.

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Colette Watson to depart Rogers Sports & Media

Julie Adam will expand her role to include broadcast, filling the gap left by Watson.

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ICYMI: Speaker’s Corner returns, RECMA issues a new debrief

Plus, production could resume soon in some provinces, but complications regarding insurance persist.

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Desjardins strikes a “media-heavy” partnership to lift spirits

The “Send A Virtual Solo” initiative stages a virtual takeover of Bell Media properties.

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Standard Media Index expands to Canada

CEO James Fennessy says the company, which provides ad spend data across various media, helps make agencies and media owners more competitive.

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Transplant wins the week

Summer looks ready for fun and games, with two new game shows sweeping regional markets.

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ICYMI: CSAs give out scripted TV awards

Plus, Audience Insights gets a new identity and Michael Enright gets a new gig.

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Fall TV ’20: CBC showcases returning series, promotes flexibility for buyers

Despite production delays and some uncertainty, execs say the schedule is “fairly firm” and but it can adapt to a ‘just in time’ buying model.

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Bell Media looks ahead to summer on CTV and TSN

Some sports, such as PGA Tour golf and NASCAR, will return to airwaves, albeit without live audiences.

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9-1-1 finale takes it: Numeris

Some of the most popular shows of the spring have now concluded for the season.