Articles Tagged ‘David Bray’

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Which stations saw a listening boost during lockdown?

David Bray examines the how markets have reacted to these new circumstances. In some places, talk radio is way up, whereas others still prefer their favourite tunes.

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Radio One takes most of the minor markets: Numeris PPM

Plus, detailed data on which stations stand tallest in mid-sized cities such as Ottawa-Gatineau, Halifax and more.

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Holiday music works in some markets, but talk tops Toronto: PPM

Bray & Partners’ David Bray takes a look at the shake-ups and shifts in the five radio PPM markets.

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A new era of radio measurement

Bray and Partners president David Bray takes readers through the new measured radio markets.

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Talk radio takes most markets: Numeris PPM

Bray & Partners president David Bray outlines the top stations across the country throughout the fall.

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Radio One stays on top in three markets: PPM

Bray & Partners president David Bray outlines the top radio stations around the country.

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Radio One takes Toronto, Vancouver and Calgary: Numeris PPM

Most adult contemporary stations with all-Christmas strategies didn’t carry that momentum into the New Year.

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Christmas music radio strategies pay off: Numeris PPM

CHFI in Toronto and QMFM in Vancouver took over the top spots in their respective markets, making big gains with female audiences.

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CHFI tops every demo in Toronto: Numeris

Meanwhile, Edmonton saw a shake-up for its top station.

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CHFI wins Toronto again: Numeris

Bray and Partners president David Bray delves into who made the biggest gains and losses in Canada’s radio market.

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CHFI wins with men and women in Toronto: PPM

David Bray outlines which radio stations pulled in the biggest audiences in Toronto, Montreal, Edmonton, Calgary and Vancouver for the quarter ended Nov. 26,

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CHFI takes Toronto: PPM

Bray and Partners president David Bray outlines which radio stations pulled in the biggest audiences in Toronto, Montreal, Edmonton, Calgary and Vancouver between May 29 and Aug. 27.

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Is there room for more sports radio in Vancouver?

Buyers weigh in on what Rogers Media can do to catch the attention of audiences (and advertisers) in the market.

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What’s next for 2017: radio

Industry experts weigh-in with predictions on where the platform is headed this year.

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Numeris overview: New PPM ratings

Bray and Partners president David Bray breaks down which radio stations are on top in Toronto, Montreal, Edmonton, Calgary and Vancouver.