CBC/Radio-Canada’s Coverage of the RIO 2016 OLYMPIC GAMES Reaches more than 86 percent of Canadiens


Just past the halfway point of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, approximately 30.4 million Canadians (86.3 per cent of the population) have watched CBC/Radio-Canada’s coverage across all networks and platforms during the first 10 days. The most-watched day of the Olympic Games to date was Sunday, Aug. 14, with 20.4 million Canadians tuning in across all television and digital platforms.

CBC/Radio-Canada’s Olympic Games coverage reaches 23.8 million Canadians Friday through Sunday


Less than three full days into the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, CBC/Radio-Canada has attracted 68 per cent of the population (23.8 million Canadians) to its coverage across all platforms. Beginning with Friday’s Opening Ceremony and continuing through the weekend, Canadians are finding CBC/Radio-Canada’s coverage on the platforms of their choice.

Ratings: LUCIFER’s Premiere


LUCIFER got off to a devilishly good start last night on CTV, as preliminary overnight data from Numeris reveals 1.7 million viewers were drawn to the series premiere. Bolstering CTV’s already booming mid-season schedule, LUCIFER becomes the third most-watched series premiere of the season, behind CTV’s THE X-FILES and QUANTICO.

103rd GREY CUP Grows to 4.3 Million Viewers


Canada’s biggest party, the GREY CUP, continues to be one of the biggest events on Canadian television, growing 6% compared to last year according to preliminary overnight data from Numeris. An average audience of 4.3 million viewers tuned in to TSN and RDS to watch the Edmonton Eskimos win a hotly-contested clash with the Ottawa Redblacks in last night’s 103rd GREY CUP presented by Shaw.