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*1 - Research Department Source: Numeris TV Meter Data, Cume Reach, Ind 2+ and A25-54, CBC Holiday programming (49 titles), November 21-December 31, 2021, Total Canada *2 - Research Department Source: Numeris TV Meter Data, %Ind 2+ AMA (000) Comp of CBC Holiday programming (49 titles) indexed to Total TV M-Su 2a-2a, Nov 15, 2021-Jan 2, 2022, Total Canada *3 - Research Department Source: Vividata SCC Spring 2022, %A18+ who watch CBC or visit CBC.ca indexed to population, A18+ Total Canada. Agree Statements, scale 1-5. 5 = Strongly Agree *4 - Research Department Source: Dec 31, 2021 Source: Numeris TV Meter, Total Canada, CBC Total, December 31, 2021 vs. December 31, 2020 *5 - Research Department Source (TV): Numeris (PPM), Quebec Franco, Dec. 31, 2021, vs. Dec. 31, 2020, A2+ En direct du jour de l'an was followed by 2,334,000 viewers and captured a 66% audience share — up 5 points over 2020. À l'année prochaine drew 1,938,000 viewers with 59% audience share. Infoman 2021 also set a new audience record with 3,629,000 viewers (80% audience share) ! With 4,862,000 viewers on December 31, Bye Bye 2021 surpassed the record set last year and took the title of the most-watched program in the history of French Quebec television.Source: TV: Numeris (PPM), French Quebec, All 2+ and A25-54, December 31, 2021 vs 2020, cumulative reach Dec. 31, January 1- 2, confirmed data. Digital: Adobe Analytics, Dec. 31 2021 to Jan. 10 2022 vs Dec.31 2020 to Jan.10 2021, RC.ca and ICI TOU.TV, views= live+playback and full programs+clips. * Due to technical difficulties, streaming data was not available for some programs on RC.ca.
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