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TLN makes its biggest investment ever in Serie A deal

Network president Aldo Di Felice said the partnership “bucks the trend” of putting soccer behind paywalls.

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Habs’ playoffs absence may have dogged Quebecor’s media in Q2

Revenue for media fell by 6.5%, although TVA Network’s market share remained stable.

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Sportsnet extends its brand to bricks-and-mortar

The brand has put its name on the restaurant that overlooks the field at the Rogers Centre as a way to get up close and personal with sports fans.

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Amazing Race Canada stays ahead: Numeris

However, the gap closed between Race and second-place finisher America’s Got Talent.

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CBC adds wheelchair rugby to its sports roster

Partnering with the Canadian Paralympic Committee allows the pubcaster to continue the conversation around the athletes in between Olympic Games.

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Broadcaster data sharing gets a deadline

BDUs must be ready to lift the lid on their set-top boxes by September 2019.

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CTV greenlights a sixth season of MasterChef Canada

Season five of the culinary competition show averaged 1.2 million viewers, according to CTV.

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How Numeris wants its cross-platform initiative to play out

After selecting its measurement partners two weeks ago, the organization is already looking to the future.

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Ad revenue, viewers continue to decline for Bell Media

Parent company BCE saw traction with its Alt TV product, targeting condo-dwellers and cord-nevers.

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Amazing Race Canada takes the lead: Numeris

The reality show grew its audience in most Canadian markets.

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CBC gears up for Little League Championship broadcast

The deal is part of CBC Sports’ ongoing strategy to invest in high-performance, amateur sport.

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The Filmmakers returns to TV with a new focus

The second season of the talk show is shining a light on films directed by Canadian women.

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Rogers sets Second Jen return

Season two of the comedy will return to OMNI Television next month, nearly two years after its debut.

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FIFA scores for the week: Numeris

The final match swept nearly every Anglophone market, as well as Quebec.

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Interest in news is still strong: study

Although interest in news remains high, many Canadians still “don’t see the point” of paying for online news.