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AToMiC 2019: Get out-of-home
Proof, J. Walter Thompson Canada and Rethink brought home awards for OOH creative.
Fall TV’s balancing act
Broadcasters aim to draw eyes (and advertisers) with rejigged schedules, fresh content and digital streamers.
Fall TV: The complaint line
Experts express their complaints about TV buying and the networks respond.
Citizen Relations wins Netflix, GoRVing
The year starts off strong for the PR agency with two big account wins.
Up to the Minute: Cinco signs deal with BeiAo
Plus, Pomp and Circumstance gets two new clients, Zulu and FCB win at Arc Awards and more news you may have missed.
Cannes 2016: Canada comes up short in final categories
While Canada was shut out of Film, Titanium and Integrated, the country's Young Marketers go home with a Bronze.
Creative Report Card: DDB’s constellation of specialties
This year's #3 agency explains how they managed to keep building on the successful Netflix campaign.
Google is most influential brand, again
The tech co receives high marks for innovation and trustworthiness while Netflix soars for women and millennials.
Lotus Awards winners revealed
A total of 153 awards were given out last night, with Rethink taking the Best in Show prize.
Next Big Things: New tech will lead to new storytelling
How VR, AR and even UHD will open the doors to different kinds of content and entertainment experiences.
Culture beyond the beer cart
Lg2's Chris Hirsch and Nellie Kim opine on why beer and birthday cake isn't good enough.
Fall TV: Strap in
Publisher Mary Maddever on brand-creator collaboration and the future of Canada's TVscape.
Canada brings in 17 Film nominations
Ten different agencies are in the running for a Cannes Lion recognizing the best work in video.
Stop the Press(es): Lg2 and DDB each take home a Lion
The shops nabbed a Silver and a Bronze, respectively, for illustrations created for a beer brand and a video-streaming giant.
One Show winners revealed
Check out which agencies helped Canada bring home 22 pencils this year, making it the seventh most awarded country.