Coming soon: content everywhere

From (ahem) intimate spaces to calmer waters, we take a stab at the next hottest locales.

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The national Fall TV schedule 2014/15

What’s hitting TV screens this fall? Check out this handy chart with all the new and returning shows.

Back page: Filthy rich felines

Cossette shows us who’s really profiting from online ad revenue today.

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Cundari and DDB land on the Warc 100 list

The shops are recognized for smart marketing campaigns created for SickKids, BMW and the CTC.

The fight for Fall TV

Compare and contrast the battle plans from each of the major networks as we head into the new fall season.

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KD just wants you to have fun

Care to purchase a pair of “funderpants?” Kraft Dinner’s got you covered. But stash your money. They want you to juggle as payment.

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Social media marketing is dead

…and other highlights from millennial ad guy and author Jeff Fromm ahead of his ICA chat next week.

Lecordier returns to BCP

After joining Ogilvy last year, the industry vet treads familiar terrain to become EVP.

It’s a whole new throne game

From our July/August issue, publisher Mary Maddever on the contemporary battles for eyeballs and ad dollars.

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Subway chooses Grey and Proof Advertising for Southwestern Ontario

The Toronto office of Grey and the Austin, Texas-based independent have formed a partnership to handle the account.

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Throwback Thursday: strategy in 1995

For our 25th anniversary, we’re travelling through time. In ’95, MacLaren McCann was born and smartphones became a possibility.

One in two shoppers have bought on mobile

More than half of Canadians would ditch an item at checkout when faced with the dreaded registration page.

Primetime faceoff: CTV carves out co-viewing

With U.S. creators switching the times of three top shows, the curveballs take centre stage in the broadcaster’s new strategy.

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FCB brings in a new CCO for ‘fresh eyes’

Jon Flannery joins the agency to move it in a new direction, while Robin Heisey (pictured) talks about what’s next for him.

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