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Twitter introduces bidding on six-second views

The company says the new option was introduced in order to better fit with advertiser demands.

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Quebec government pledges funding to Groupe Capitales Médias

After filing for bankruptcy, the Quebec media company has been granted another $5 million to avoid closure after a $10 million loan in 2017.

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CNE still a leading presence: Media Monitors

New entries shake up the top-five in both Toronto and Montreal.

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People Moves: MediaCom, Integral Ad Science and more

Plus, one of Toronto’s e-sports franchises has upped its management.

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Jungle Creations folds Toronto operations into New York

The content shop has consolidated North American operations after less than one year in the Canadian market.

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Rogers Media brings Jack back to Victoria

Along with the Jack-style banter comes a new morning show and program director.

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Disney+ sets Nov. 12 for Canada launch

The streaming service will cost $8.99 a month and is expected to debut with 10 original titles, in addition to a massive library of content.

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Most podcast consumption isn’t done on a listening platform

A study has found that the most popular platform for podcasts in Canada is YouTube – but does that mean video ads are an opportunity?

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Spotted! How a tiny stadium makes a big financial point

Wealthsimple takes a different approach to secure the naming rights on its very own Tiny Stadium more in line with what it offers its clients.

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iGotcha Media brings digital signage to Montreal’s Old Port

Building on the success of two digital kiosks installed in 2017, the company unveiled two more guiding visitors with local info, advertising.

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A familiar face comes home to Fashion Magazine

After a three-year absence, Bernadette Morra returns to the role of EIC, saying, ‘I’m well armed to come back.’

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Corus broadens scope with revamped Edmonton morning show

With two well-known Edmonton figures taking the mic, program director Syd Smith says this is an opportunity to shake things up.

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ICYMI: Twitter tests new features, FX looks to the fall

Plus, The Globe and Mail signs with Amazom Web Services.

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Fall TV: Citytv sets premiere dates

The Rogers Media network will bring new series starring Bradley Whitford and Jimmy Smits, and has acquired three favourites from Global.