Radio & Television

’05 was a good year for radio, ’06 staying strong

TORONTO - Canadian radio outperformed its U.S. counterparts and the 25-54 demographic gained further share of market, according to Canadian Broadcast Sales, a national sales firm co-owned by Rogers Communications (46 stations) and Corus Entertainment (51 stations) representing approximately 60% of all Canadian radio stations. For the 12 months ending August 2005, spot and non-spot radio sales increased only 1% in the U.S. compared to an overall increase in Canada of 8.7%, comprised of national growth of 17% and local growth of 6.1%. There are a number of reasons for this, CBS president Patrick Grierson told www.cartt.ca in an interview....
 

Our industry and COVID-19

We've gathered a number of links where Canadian cable, radio, television, telecom and wireless companies have posted their responses to the Covid-19 pandemic.