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CARAS And Nielsen Music Renew Partnership

The data provider and Canada's biggest music awards show announce they are teaming up again for another two years. The 48th annual Juno Awards and Juno Week 2019 will be hosted in London, ON,  from March 11-17.

CARAS And Nielsen Music Renew Partnership

By FYI Staff

Nielsen Music and The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) have announced that Nielsen Music will serve as the exclusive data provider for Canada’s biggest night in music – the Juno Awards – for two more years. The data provided by Nielsen Music will help CARAS throughout the selection process, from nominations to the Juno Awards selections.


“It’s truly an honour to again work with CARAS as the official data provider for Canada’s biggest night in music,” said Paul Shaver, VP Entertainment Canada, Music & Sports. “Renewing our partnership with CARAS is both exciting and a testament to the power of Nielsen’s Music Connect, the leading tool for music industry insights. We look forward to celebrating Canadian music with CARAS at the Juno Awards for two more years.”

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“The Juno Awards are thrilled to once again partner with Nielsen Music, for two more years,” said Allan Reid, President & CEO, CARAS/The Juno Awards & MusiCounts. “Their trusted data continues to be an essential component in our selection of Juno nominees and award recipients.”

The 48th annual Juno Awards and Juno Week 2019 will be hosted in London from March 11 through March 17, culminating in The Juno Awards, on Sunday, March 17, at Budweiser Gardens, broadcast live on CBC, CBC Radio and globally on cbcmusic.ca/junos.

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