Articles Tagged ‘Rogers Media’

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Broadcasters go big at Fan Expo

Rogers, Bell and Corus will all present at the Labour Day weekend event, which serves as a kick-off to the fall premiere season.

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Sportsnet spends on digital to engage millennials

The sports media company is going wider with its latest external campaign, adding out-of-home in six Canadian markets and targeting younger viewers with online ads and video.

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Fall premiere dates announced for City

The new season will kick off Sept. 10 with the launch of space comedy The Orville.

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Viceland unveils fall lineup

The youth-focused specialty has set the premiere date for Nirvanna The Band The Show and new scripted series Fubar: Age of Computer.

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City sets Bad Blood debut

The Rogers Media-owned channel will also host a special event screening of the series at Fan Expo Canada.

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Shapovalov drives record tennis ratings for Sportsnet

The rising Richmond Hill tennis star was part of the most-watched tennis broadcast in Sportsnet history.

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People Moves: Rogers Radio, Rouge Media, Zoom and more

Paul Kaye and Dave Cadeau have been promoted to new roles at Rogers Radio and Zoom Media has added two account reps, plus more people on the move.

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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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Sports lead to revenue gains and profit drops at Rogers Media

Media revenue saw a 4% year-over-year lift, driven by a heavy appetite for sports – but Blue Jays’ salaries and the shift from print to digital contributed to a drop in profits for Q2.

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CBC to ride with Calgary Stampede through 2019

The pubcaster has announced a two-year rights extension with the annual event.

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G4 is powering down after 17 years in Canada

After significant revenue declines, the Rogers-owned channel will go off the air next month.

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America’s Got Talent makes gains: Numeris

The reality competition show held the top spot (and grew its audience) for the week of June 19 to 25.

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Rogers banks on hockey in competitive Vancouver sports radio market

James Cybulski, Steve Darling and Mira Laurence have been announced as the morning show hosts on the upcoming Sportsnet 650.

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Fall TV: What’s all the complaining about?

Media industry experts air their grievances. Broadcasters respond.

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Three weeks at the top for America’s Got Talent: Numeris

The reality competition show held the top spot for the week of June 12 to 18.