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Rebuilding brand trust in the online ad space

Overcoming the challenges of protecting personal privacy in a connected world

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Amidst isolation, whose media habits are changing most?

Boomers are watching more linear TV, but a different group is leading the way across categories like SVOD and music streaming.

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Federal government steps in for broadcasters

As the industry faces an overall decline in ad revenue and complications related to production, a new measure will represent $30 million in savings across 107 broadcasters.

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Ad recession imminent, but CPG could stay strong: report

As short-term consumer behaviours could turn into more permanent ones, consumer goods could weather the storm better than other categories.

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Are Canadians entering a state of news fatigue?

Mindshare’s Sarah Thompson on why the agency is seeing a quest for good news among advertisers.

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Provincial campaigns go big on radio: Media Monitors

Meanwhile, the auto category has continued to advertise unabated.

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Olympics officially rescheduled for July 2021

With the newest change, that means there will be two sets of Olympic Games within seven months.

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The Globe gets creative with its stripped-down sports section

Using stats and a little creativity, The Globe is covering the finest Canadian baseball that never happened.

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What Budweiser is doing with its sports sponsorship spend

The brewer is trading sticks and pucks for emergency supplies, mental health care and more.

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COVID-19 likely to hit agency results, say IPG and Publicis

IPG and Publicis are set to release their results in April, but are offering a word of caution now.

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Quebecor lays off 10% of workforce

President and CEO Pierre Karl Péladeau called the temporary cuts “unavoidable” but said the company is putting in place financial support measures for those affected.

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How media consumption is shaping Canadians’ mindsets

Canadians are consuming more media than ever, but trust is not evenly distributed.

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ICYMI: Cossette Media scores big internationally and more

Plus, Bell Media and TIFF pair to deliver positivity through film, and Corus confirms what will fill the suddenly empty Big Brother slots.

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Many brands are still spending on media. Here’s how they’re changing it up

Agency and brand leaders share what considerations are being made, where spend is going and which campaigns they’re taking out of rotation.

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Digital newcomer Nextdoor finds an opportunity to step up

Nextdoor is still a newbie in Canada, but amidst a social isolation-fuelled surge, it’s introducing new tools in response.

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As media layoffs continue, Canadian government appoints new board

News Media Canada’s CEO says the Federal Government’s new advisory board is long overdue, but it’s not enough for struggling media companies.