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In the News
Carte Blanche winners rethink out-of-home
Check out the ideas that won three creative teams free media space for their clients (plus a trip to Cannes).
Up to the Minute: Pomp & Circumstance picks up a L’Oreal brand
Plus, the CBC commits to more Cancon and more news you may have missed.
Up to the Minute: DAC expands in Europe
Plus: Bell's latest acquisition, a new face at Twitter and more news you may have missed.
Up to the Minute: DentsuBos’ newest client
Plus: The ACA's new board members, free feedback from CASSIES judges and more news you may have missed.
Introducing the Canadian originals
While Canada's upfronts often emphasize broadcasters' U.S. acquisitions, their original series present unique opportunities.
Jergens makes sure its humour translates
The brand creates a local voice with its new campaign targeting Francophone women.
Mid-season TV checkup
From the return of the X-Files to a new Seth MacFarlane comedy, see what's in store for 2016.
Disney’s Star Wars tease
A new pop-up store in Toronto adds to the film's hype ahead of its release.
Kids Help Phone’s new voice
A new pop culture-centric campaign aims to let teens know it can help even with non-crisis situations.
Up to the Minute: Mackie Biernacki wins retail client
Plus: promotions and changes at TP1and Substance, plus more news you might have missed this week.
Up to the Minute: Meet the new Kraft Heinz president
Plus: New digs for John St., big wins for Giants & Gentlemen and more news you might have missed.
The Source gets (more) hands-on
The retailer debuts its latest experiential location, based on consumers' desire to demo products.
The new world (media) order
From new stars to platform choices galore, editor Emily Wexler reflects on the content jungle out there.
The fight for specialty channel survival
Starting next year, Canadians will pick, pay and determine the fate of Canada's slew of specialty channels.
Online video grows up
Is it time advertisers got over their misconceptions about working with digital video creators?