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Jays sweep clinches viewership milestone for Sportsnet

The team’s Sunday night match against the Rangers pulled in the most average viewers for 2016 to date on the channel.


Jays wild wildcard ride breaks records

The team also posted record regular season ratings for Sportsnet, with 78 games breaking one million average viewers.


Blue Jays post record-breaking first half

Ratings are up 51% for the team to date this season on Sportsnet.


ICYMI: Twitter’s celeb-friendly space, The Masters post growth

In case you missed it: Twitter Canada has opened a Blue Room, The Masters posted higher viewership numbers and digital spend is expected to pass TV in the U.S. next year.


Brands head to the ballpark

Details on this season’s new sponsors and how the Toronto Blue Jays are marketing to their target audience following last year’s playoff run.


Vikings to capitalize on Jays fever

The History drama is expanding its target demo by adding a special guest star to its fourth season.


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.


ALCS decider wins the day: Numeris

The baseball game segment on Sportsnet had the most average viewers for the week of Oct. 19 to 25.


Sportsnet posts record-breaking October

Driven by the post-season success of the Toronto Blue Jays the Rogers Media specialty posted its highest ratings and digital traffic ever.


Season ends on high note for Jays ratings

Friday’s final game pulled over five million viewers on Sportsnet, making it the most-watched broadcast in the network’s history.


Jays’ ALCS games topping almost 4 million

Averaging 3.8 million and 3.9 million viewers respectively, the team’s first two ALCS matches on Sportsnet continued to track big.


Twitter sees Blue Jays boost

How the team’s playoff run is playing out on the platform.


More records fall for Jays on Sportsnet

Tossing bats and taking names, Wednesday’s game-five closer between the Jays and Rangers brought record viewers to the channel.


Blue Jays on record ratings run for Sportsnet

Overnight numbers for the first three games have an average audience of 2.8 million viewers tuning in to watch the playoff action.


Spotted! Disney promotes the parrot walk

Joining Blue Jays fever, the company handed out arm bands of Aladdin’s Iago so fans can imitate Edwin Encarnacion’s signature homerun stance.