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Fall TV: Baseball a mixed blessing for Rogers TV ratings

Hitting a high note with baseball, the media co has seen mixed results with hockey and primetime this fall.

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Fall TV: Global TV’s demo-targeting pays off

Reading fall TV’s tea leaves with Christine Shipton, who argues the new TV landscape calls for a look beyond overall AMA.

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Fall TV: News, comedy up at CBC, but drama drops off

CRO Jean Mongeau (pictured) on how the election and Blue Jays baseball impacted results at the pubcaster this fall.

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‘Played’ spotlighted in CTV’s fall campaign

CTV marketing exec Alanna Barkley breaks down the channel’s fall TV media campaign, which focuses on the Canadian cop drama and Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

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History restores cars, decodes world treasures for fall

The Shaw specialty’s slate includes new Canadian originals like Treasures Decoded (pictured) and Restoration Garage, and returning shows like Canadian Pickers.

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Fall TV: Content evolution – Stealing the spotlight from network TV

With a lot of buzz-generating content coming from subscription-based and untraditional channels, conventional broadcasters have to fire back with a double-dose of content.

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Fall TV: Canadian networks talk up daytime TV

The daytime viewer demographic is expanding, and a new brand of talk TV is stepping in to create social media-friendly water-cooler fodder for the wider, changing audience.

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How Rogers Media grew its audience in fall 2012

Network programming boss Malcolm Dunlop (pictured) discusses how Citytv finished the TV season up 17% year-on-year in the key 25-54 demo and with a 5.7% audience share in English TV countrywide.

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Fall TV: The next big thing on specialty

A breakdown of what’s gaining momentum on specialty networks, and the shows expected to be hits right out of the gate, according to TV execs.

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Fall TV: Primetime Battlegrounds

Media insiders pick the best bets and toughest fights across the new fall schedule.

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Fall TV: Net-working

How TV’s big network brands are connecting with today’s consumers.

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Fall TV: Media buyers weigh in on daytime TV

With Oprah gone, who’s wrangling in viewers pre-primetime?