Supply Lines – CBC/Radio-Canada selects Triton Digital to power podcast ad insertion and audience measurement

CBC/Radio-Canada has selected Triton Digital to power its podcast ad serving solution. Boasting 11.4 million monthly downloads, the public broadcaster is evolving into one of the world’s leading podcasting publishers. Triton’s Tap Ad Server will offer CBC/Radio-Canada dynamic ad insertion and enhanced targeting capabilities, including parameters such as location, device, format, and genre. CBC/Radio-Canada will also leverage Podcast Metrics, Triton’s platform agnostic podcast measurement solution, to gain deeper insight into how their podcast content is being consumed with the ability to view metrics by date range, location, device, podcast name, and episode. Operating in more than 40 countries, Triton provides solutions enabling broadcasters, podcasters, and online music services to build their audience, maximize revenue, and streamline day-to-day operations.

Cogeco Peer 1 has changed its name to Aptum Technologies following its April acquisition by Digital Colony, a global investment firm focused on strategic opportunities in digital infrastructure. Headquartered in Toronto, the managed hosting and cloud services provider will operate with two focused business units — Data Centre and Fibre. The Data Centre business will concentrate on enabling multi-cloud services for enterprises, while the Fibre business promises to be Canada’s first independent, neutral-host provider of small cell and 5G infrastructure, with an extensive metro fibre network across greater Toronto and Montreal. Aptum’s executive team will be led by CEO Susan Bowen and Chief Finance Officer Shenif Visram. New Aptum services will include managed Amazon Web Services (AWS) in Canada, the U.S. and the U.K., and New Cloud Connect Availability – an expansion of Cloud Connect, offering a direct, dedicated, secure connection to cloud services. Cloud Connect is now available for AWS Direct Connect, Google Cloud Platform, ServiceNow, Salesforce, SAP and Oracle in addition to Microsoft ExpressRoute.

VuWall the Montreal-based video wall and AV network management solutions provider, has announced a corporate partnership with LG Electronics. The partnership will allow VuWall and LG to offer customers a fully integrated control room solution that combines VuWall’s advanced VuScape video wall processor with LG’s latest 55SVH7F video wall display. The integrated VuWall and LG solution is available throughout VuWall’s global distribution network.

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