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Industry reacts to BCE/Astral deal

Sunni Boot, Bruce Neve, Shelley Smit and Michael Neale weigh in on the implications of the $3.4 billion deal getting the green light from the CRTC.

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Video: Art from the Unexpected

We spoke with Bruce Neve of Starcom MediaVest Group, Hunter Tura of Bruce Mau Design, Aldo Cundari of Cundari and Jill Nykoliation of Juniper Park about the work that raised $20,000 for Sketch.


Starcom MediaVest Group forms partnership with BCP

Carol Ann Kairns will expand her role with BCP to also include the title of executive VP of Starcom MediaVest Quebec as a result of the new deal.

Caroline Andrews

TC Media and Ad Lounge partner for something unexpected

Check out pieces from TC Media’s Caroline Andrews and SMG’s Bruce Neve, which are part of a group of art to be be auctioned off to raise money for the charity Sketch later this month.


Jeff Thibodeau joins SMG Canada

The former MediaCom SVP of digital will move to Starcom MediaVest Group under the same title later this month.


Media reaction to CRTC’s decision on BCE/Astral

Executives from across the Canadian media agency landscape weigh in on yesterday’s surprise decision.


NHL lockout: What’s a media buyer to do?

MiC speaks to PHD’s Rob Young and Starcom’s Bruce Neve about their concerns of a continued shut-out and the options if players don’t make it to the rink.


Playback Summit: The secret to successful branded entertainment

Capital C’s Tony Chapman, SMG’s Bruce Neve and Bell Media Digital’s Jon Taylor on navigating the branded landscape and putting the consumer front and centre.


2012 forecast: Bruce Neve, CEO Starcom MediaVest Group

Challenges, predictions and plans for the year to come from the SMG topper.


TV advertising wins hands down: TVB study

Laura Gaggi, Bruce Neve and Jake Norman weigh in on study results from the Television Bureau of Canada.


Initiative’s new EVP talks about her role

Sue Alexander Ash tells MiC about the plans and challenges ahead.