Articles Tagged ‘Fall TV 2015’

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Canadian TV viewership remains steady

Adults 18 to 49 dropped slightly, according to fall numbers shared by Dentsu Aegis Network.


Fall TV: Baseball a mixed blessing for Rogers TV ratings

Hitting a high note with baseball, the media co has seen mixed results with hockey and primetime this fall.

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Fall TV: Global TV’s demo-targeting pays off

Reading the season’s tea leaves with Christine Shipton, who argues the new TV landscape calls for a look beyond overall AMA.


Fall TV: News, comedy up at CBC, but drama drops off

Jean Mongeau, CRO, on how the election and Blue Jays baseball impacted results at the pubcaster this fall.


Fall TV: Bell Media finds hits in Quantico, Blindspot

Programming execs Mike Cosentino and Tracey Pearce weigh in on hits and misses for Bell Media’s conventional and specialty channels this fall.

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Fall TV: Global’s quest for younger viewers

Shaw Media SVP and CCO Christine Shipton on how the network’s strategy to age-down its viewership is faring to date.

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City announces fall premiere dates

From Kermit to Mindy, the channel has announced when its fall programming will be hitting screens.


CTV stacks Sundays with blood, oil and LEOs

The national net announces the fall premiere dates and slots for its four new dramas.


Are viewers still ‘falling’ for TV seasons?

A Videology survey shows 39% of those polled said they were unaware that September marks the start of a new programming season.


The fight for specialty channel survival

Industry members weigh-in on the potential casualties of next year’s specialty TV shift.


Blog: An erratic time for TV

PHD’s Rob Young sums up what’s causing trouble in the TV landscape.