The Shazam @ 7 Countdown

Our “always-on” strategy is to deliver dynamic new opportunities for our clients—like our groundbreaking partnership with Shazam. Using unique, targeted data, The Shazam @ 7 Countdown showcases the top seven songs of the day, reflecting not just the most Shazam’d tracks out there, but new and trending ones from across Canada.

The winning format delivers 6.5 million impressions per week, across our three key markets: Toronto (KiSS 92.5), Vancouver (KiSS Radio) and Edmonton (91.7 The Bounce). Each respective station caters to listeners 18-44, skewing roughly 60% female.

Home of the Blue Jays

Toronto’s #1 all-sports station, Sportsnet 590 - The FAN is the Canadian leader in Major League Baseball radio broadcasts. We are home to 162 Toronto Blue Jays games, plus the MLB post-season and World Series. With exclusive Jays programming—combined with official radio rights for the Toronto Maple Leafs official—consistently drives out-of-the-park audience results against the key men 25-54 demo.

Our 2016 Jays broadcasts drew record audiences and that momentum continues as the 2017 season ramps up. There’s no better way to elevate your brand’s sports marketing strategy—or reach your customers—than by being part of all the action as the Jays pave their way to another World Series championship.

MoneySense Home Report

To build each MoneySense Home Report, experts from Canada’s most trusted personal finance media brand provide sound real estate advice to the 1.3 million weekly listeners of Toronto’s only all-news radio station.

Airing seven days a week on 680 NEWS, the Home Report targets university-educated adults 25-54 who don’t just follow the latest real estate market trends, but actively seek tips to make their home improvement and design dollar go further—whether they’re buying or selling a home, considering an investment property or planning their next reno.


Solving client needs with landmark solutions, we Elevate on every level.

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