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Blue Bloods jumps to the top: Numeris

The CTV police procedural leapt ahead of several top shows on Global.

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McDonald’s jumps to the top: Media Monitors

The QSR, as well as Bell, are once again the most active radio advertisers in Toronto as things in Montreal remain relatively unchanged.


ICYMI: Facebook rebrands to Meta

Plus, Postmedia launches an exclusive new wealth management vertical and Rogers brings new ad opportunities with Vevo launch.


GroupM drives WPP revenue growth in Q3

Organic revenue grew by 15.7% in Q3, driven by both of its integrated agencies and specialist offerings.


Ad revenue continues to boom for Alphabet in Q3

The company also reported that it hasn’t seen the same impact from ATT other internet companies have grappled with.


Global programs dominate national ratings: Numeris

9-1-1, NCIS, CSI: Vegas and Survivor continue to bring big ratings for the Corus network.


Is ad spending out of line with consumption habits?

Analysis from WARC suggests advertisers are spending too much on social and TV and not enough on podcasts and news sites.

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Toyota takes over the top in Toronto: Media Monitors

Meanwhile, Virgin Plus is the only new face among a number of radio stalwarts in Montreal.


Facebook revenue grows despite more ad disruption in Q3

The social network remains focused on the impact of IDFA on its ad business, despite recent scandals.


Spotted! Disney brings the Eternals to Fan Expo

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Michelob Ultra named official beer of NBA Canada

Labatt adds to its sponsorship roster with an alignment to the brand’s focus on being active and having fun.


ICYMI: Boardroom drama continues at Rogers

Plus, TSN brings its 5G viewing experience to Raptors broadcasts and Torstar’s iPolitics teams with Mainstreet Research.


Postmedia’s revenue grows in Q4, but ends year in a loss

The results led CEO Andrew MacLeod to once again call on the government to deliver on its promise to regulate “global digital giants.”