Radio & Television

Co-viewing TV content popular among OTT-viewing Canadians, says report

OTTAWA — The Media Technology Monitor’s latest report, Pass the Remote: Co-Viewing TV Content, finds two-fifths of online Canadians report co-viewing TV content, with younger Canadians (50 years or younger) and families with young children most likely to be co-viewers. Co-viewing is more common among those who subscribe to at least one over-the-top TV subscription, according to the report. Canadians who exclusively watch TV via a traditional method, such as a subscription or antenna, are far less likely to say they have a show that they co-view with someone else, says the research. Drama and comedy are the two most...

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.