Bell Media has signed an exclusive partnership to bring the iHeart entertainment brand to Canada, a development that is likely to be a game changer in the Maple media landscape...
Artists including The Weeknd and Ariana Grande were momentarily caught in the cross-hairs of a nasty battle launched by a senior Rogers Media executive against Bell Media and the heads of Universal Music's affiliated Republic Records.
Rogers brought Spotify CEO Daniel Ek to Canada this week on a media campaign to promote the two companies’ music-focused partnership which provides some customers with two years of Spotify Premium streaming for up to three customers per account.
Rogers Media is keen to keep its teen audiences, which is why it has partnered with YouTube and launched a weekly radio program that covers the music trends and emerging Canadian talent gaining steam on the social web.
Randy Lennox takes on a key executive role with Bell Media, and effective September 21st, Jeffrey Remedios is the new President and Chief Executive Officer of Universal Music Canada.
"It’s unbecoming for our PM, who so often reminds us how good he and his ruling party are for the economy, to resort to being the pitchman-in-chief for a company which contributes nothing to it."
Michael Brecker was an original – a player you looked to for a clear view of the future. His influence and grasp of varying genres was way beyond jazz.
Recently, graduates from Harris have contributed to the #1 Billboard hits "Roar" by Katy Perry, "Wrecking Ball" by Miley Cyrus, "Earned It" by The Weeknd, the soundtrack for Fifty Shades of Grey and the music for the Mad Max trailer.
Stacey has all the personality of ten Bette Midlers, a commanding stage presence, big humour, and a tremendous set of pipes — which brings me to America’s Got No Talent!...