Articles Tagged ‘Astral Radio’

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Zoom Media appoints a new sales director in Quebec

Patrick Cote was promoted to the role following the departure of Eliane Tremblay, and will also manage the Quebec City office.

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Juice Mobile to rep French mobile ads for Astral Radio

The company will handle inventory across mobile apps for Astral Radio’s French stations.

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Boom 97.3 celebrates end of the world

The Toronto radio station’s latest promotion plays on the apocalyptic predictions of the Mayans and offers listeners daily trips to Mexico.

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Virgin Radio 96 mixes media

In addition to TV and online placements, the Astral-owned station has created a billboard that presents an RSS feed of music airing on the station in real time.

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Astral Radio flips Winnipeg radio station

The hit music station is the latest to be switched over to Virgin Radio for the media co.

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Virgin Radio 96 gives listeners control

The Montreal Astral Radio station lets listeners choose the songs on its station in real time with the Virgin Radio Takeover.

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Astral promotes at the movies

The media co has launched a campaign with Cineplex starring Katy Perry to advertise its new digital service.

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Astral Media posts higher Q1 earnings despite economic headwinds

The Canadian broadcaster posted improved TV subscriber and ad revenue, even as its radio revenue was down slightly.

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Astral Radio launches online

The media co has launched an online music and video player with ad and sponsorship opps available.

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Astral gets funny on the radio

London-based station Oldies 1410 is rebranding into what Astral calls Canada’s first all-comedy spot on the dial.

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Astral Radio to launch online music service

Advertising opps are open for the on-demand streaming service, which will hit the internet later this fall.

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Astral Radio to guarantee GRPs

ZenithOptimedia’s Sunni Boot weighs in on the new measures.

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Astral Radio rebrands nine

The company has rebranded its largest network of stations in Quebec to realign with its adult female target.