Articles Tagged ‘ctv’

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ICYMI: Farewell to the Farce, Lainey Lui to helm etalk

Plus, CBC names Chris Howden the new co-host of ‘As It Happens’ and Wattpad goes east.

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ICYMI: Hasbro/eOne deal under a microscope

Plus, CBC North reverses a controversial radio decision, Rogers Ignite adds Prime Video and more.

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ICYMI: A new CEO for ComScore, a new image for Facebook

Plus, senior journalists in Canada shuffle about as Andrew Coyne leaves Postmedia and Don Martin announces his retirement.

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A roundup of Election Night 2019 coverage

MiC breaks down the coverage planned from Canada’s four major broadcasters including linear, digital and radio broadcasts.

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ICYMI: More digital consolidation, Corus requests flexibility from CRTC

Plus, The Beaverton weighs in on the election and Stingray goes mass.

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How premiere week played out: CTV

The new schedule’s got heart, edge and views. But what are the areas content and programming president Mike Cosentino is watching most closely?

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ICYMI: Corner Gas Animated reupped, TSN re-signs Bob McKenzie

Plus, Christian streaming platform Castle scraps its paywall and embraces a subscription-free model.

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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.

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Emmys a hit for CTV, but viewership down overall

Canadian audiences didn’t tumble like they did in the U.S., possibly the result of plenty of homegrown nominees.

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CTV spends big for national fall campaign

The broadcaster invests in targeted markets, promoting more new shows than previous years.

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Wendy’s sizzles at the top: Media Monitors

The QSR leads in Toronto, while CTV hits #1 in Montreal.

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ICYMI: Politics trend in the podcast world, Google grows in Kitchener

Plus, YouTube launches a Fashion channel with style content creators, industry collaborations and inside access.

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ICYMI: Stingray, Rogers continue partnership, Kevin Newman leaves W5

Plus, CBC continues the expansion of its audio division with ‘Party Lines,’ an election-focused podcast from Rosemary Barton and Elamin Abdelmahmoud.