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Who is watching Netflix in Canada?

New data from Media Technology Monitor offers deep demographic data on who is watching and how they are using the OTT VOD service.

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Watching video makes up 29% of all time spent online: MTM

Media Technology Monitor’s analysis of the English-language market in Canada highlights the growing popularity of streaming video.

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Canadians are ‘content stacking’: Ipsos

New numbers from Ipsos Reid confirm most Canadians are not cutting the cord, but rather stacking content services on top of what they already have.


Two thirds of anglophones have smartphones: MTM

Media Technology Monitor releases the latest findings on technology adoption rates, showing Canadian anglophones continue to embrace the internet for TV.

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What to take away from Netflix’s earnings report

Netflix offered a glimpse into its future on Wednesday, saying it has no plans to add ads to its service and discussing possible new pricing models.

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Will 4K video on Netflix encourage cord cutting?

Jodi Brown, director of content, Mediacom Canada, and Duncan Stewart, director of research for Deloitte TMT, on how they expect traditional subscriptions to be impacted by OTT services developing 4K content.

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More Canadians will add OTT than cut the cord: Deloitte

The Technology Media & Telecommunications Predictions 2014 report expects households will double up on pay TV subscriptions for more content.

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Netflix: Q4 growth of Canadian subscribers will be ‘steady or up’

The US video streaming giant, releasing its latest financial results, said customer growth here will continue as it rolls out more original content.


JFL42 adds sponsors for year two

Netflix, Holiday Inn Express and Natrel have all signed on as the festival heads into its sophomore year in Toronto, with additional spots still available.

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Fall TV: Content evolution – Stealing the spotlight from network TV

With a lot of buzz-generating content coming from subscription-based and untraditional channels, conventional broadcasters have to fire back with a double-dose of content.


Banff: Media disruption brews

MediaCom’s Robin Hassan shares what she learned on how the digital shake-up is changing the business model for content producers and media players alike.


Prime Time 2013: TV players need to embrace future, not fight it

Digital visionary Robert Tercek told conference delegates the TV industry needs to break the seasonal mindset and adapt RTB and performance tracking-based advertising.

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Netflix disappoints in U.S., grows in Canada

Canadian subscribers to the service are steady to slightly accelerating.


Multiscreen devices to overtake set-top boxes by 2016: study

Research firm IHS says that Bell Media is leading the charge in providing pay-tv services on PCs, smart phones and tablets.


New TV audience measurements needed: report

The report released by the Canada Media Fund notes that audience census agencies must learn to measure traffic generated by multiple content platforms.