Global sports are thriving, but media consumption is changing before our eyes. And as the media world grapples with these issues, so too must the sports industry. But these challenges aren’t the only obstacles facing the sports realm.
If music were a brand in Canada, it would be flying high—living on cloud nine. That’s because despite the wealth of new technology and media constantly being unveiled to tempt and engage consumers, music consumption is rising.
The recent passing of singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen highlights the impact that the passing of an artist can have on music sales and streaming. Canadian fans paid tribute to Cohen not only by consuming music from across his catalogue, but by engaging with music from related artists’ repertoires...
Nothing gets us in the holiday spirit quite like holiday music, and if you were in Edmonton, Canada, last holiday season, you were in the country’s merriest city. That’s because its radio stations played the most holiday music between Nov. 1 to Dec. 27, 2015.
“Smart” technologies—including televisions, refrigerators, home security systems and more—can be found in different rooms in homes today. To better understand Canadian consumers’ level of familiarity with these technologies, Nielsen's Connected Home report segmented consumers into four...
In a recent analysis, 37% of digital campaign ads in Canada didn’t resonate with their audience. In other words, more than one in three campaigns failed to drive any brand lift in consumer awareness, favorability or intent among consumers who saw them. Why is that?
By looking at the accuracy and efficiency of your audience delivery together, you can maximize the ROI of your media investment and run smarter digital campaigns.
While 'over the air' AM/FM radio still dominates how Canadians discover new music, consumers are increasingly discovering music from online and app streaming services operated by AM/FM radio stations.
Fueled by a massive wave of hype leading up to its release, Canadian superstar Drake’s 'Views' is already setting the pace to be the biggest album of the year in Canada. In its first four days, sales were at 80,000, and the album had already been streamed nearly 15 million times in Canada.
The rise of video-on-demand (VOD) programming choices is not only a great benefit to viewers—it also opens more opportunities for advertisers and content creators to reach them.