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Canadians split between traditional, online viewing: MTM

Briefs | 01/18/2019 2:16 pm EST
Canadians split between traditional, online viewing: MTM
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The number of Canadians who consume their video content mostly through online platforms is catching up to the proportion of the population that mostly watches traditional TV, a new report from Media Technology Monitor (MTM) shows.

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