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Corus names leadership for restructured marketing team
Dervla Kelly will lead the newly consolidated department at the media company.
Fall TV 2017: What’s all the complaining about?
Media folk air their grievances. Broadcasters respond.
Fall TV 2017: Specialty shifts its targeting
While conventional is coming back to its broad audience strengths, specialty is fine-tuning its niche targets.
What’s next in TV’s digital revolution
Canada's BDUs and networks are vying for eyeballs in the streaming wars.
Introducing the Canadian originals
While Canada's upfronts often emphasize broadcasters' U.S. acquisitions, their original series present unique opportunities.
Up to the minute: NKPR’s latest win
Plus: Diageo launches a global media review and more news you may have missed.
Up to the Minute: ICA’s Gillian Graham resigns
Plus: Mark's gets a new agency, the CRTC talks anti-spam and more news you may have missed.
Up to the Minute: Tag grows by 13
Plus: DS+P wins at One Show Auto, Publicis names new global boards and more news you might have missed.
Corus Entertainment to acquire Shaw Media
The deal is worth $2.65 billion and will see Shaw Media exec Barbara Williams move to the Corus team.
Up to the Minute: One Show submission changes
Plus: Another agency buy for CHR Group, new offices for Vibrant and Ariad and other news you might have missed.
The fight for specialty channel survival
Starting next year, Canadians will pick, pay and determine the fate of Canada's slew of specialty channels.
Creating for the next generation
Media cos are venturing into the over-the-top video playground and hoping advertisers will join the game.
The battle’s on, everywhere
To win in digital, media cos have been busy beefing up catch-up services and launching original online content.
Sunni’s shining career
As the media maven prepares to begin a new chapter, we look back at how she reshaped the industry.
Moving the needle on C-Suite diversity
In part three of strategy’s diversity series, we examine what brands and agencies are doing to address the issue in their senior ranks.