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Broadband’s Future in Canada

Canada's media monopolies face a different future now that ISPs will be able to offer innovative subscription packages following the recent CRTC...

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London Should Redefine What ‘High Speed’ Means

London (my home town) and other areas should breath a sigh of relief now that the high-speed rail initiative has been deemed uneconomic. Read more to find out...

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Zenith Optimedia Ad Spend Data

Ad spend will continue to increase, at least as far as a new survey from Zenith Optimedia is...

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Rogers launches propaghanda campaign

Rogers Communications has launched a propaghanda campaign designed to encourage Canadians to tell elected officials to not do anything productive with the wireless spectrum and to let Rogers sit on...

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IAB Canada: Digital Surpasses Print

Canada's digital advertising value in 2010 exceeded that of print and is now just second to TV. If you're not adding to that total, what are you waiting...

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Avoiding Murdoch’s Media Minefield

Should media buyers say no? Can they say no? I explore the idea in this...

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Google +1 vs Facebook Like

How are users finding you and sharing your site with other friends and...

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Thoughts on Canada Post Strike

Will Mail Strike Kill Another Medium? As most of us know, at some point within the next few days, Canada Post workers will be forced back to work by the...

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Facebook Frustrating Users, Faciliating Facial Factoids

Is Facebook limiting user's access in order to collect data about other users? Please post your comments with this article, as I'd like to...

 
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