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Juno Ratings Topped 1M Viewers

CBC’s two-hour March 17 broadcast of the 2019 Juno Awards from London’s Budweiser Gardens garnered an average minute audience of 1.2 million on CBC, CBC Radio One and CBC Music and a total audience

Juno Ratings Topped 1M Viewers

By FYI Staff

CBC’s two-hour March 17 broadcast of the 2019 Juno Awards from London’s Budweiser Gardens garnered an average minute audience of 1.2 million on CBC, CBC Radio One and CBC Music and a total audience reach of 4 million nationally, according to data supplied by the network.


Streaming platforms edged 14 percent higher than the 2018 edition in Vancouver, to 270,000 live and on-demand views on various platforms that included YouTube, Facebook, and CBC Gem.

Sarah McLachlan both hosted and performed on the telecast. Other performers on the night included Corey Hart, bülow, Cœur de Pirate, Loud Luxury, Jeremy Dutcher with Blake Pouliot, Loud, The Reklaws, Bahamas, NAV, and Whitehorse.

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Following the viral success of "Blame Brett" in 2023, The Beaches have made their late night TV debut, performing their naming-and-blaming single on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Though the Toronto band has been together for a decade, winning a 2018 Juno for Breakthrough Artist following their debut album, last yearmarked a watershed moment for the quartet. They traded their heavier rock sound for sleek new wave guitar tones and took back control of their career, deciding to release their new album, Blame My Ex, independently. (They co-wrote the album with Canadian artist and songwriter Lowell, who also has a credit on Beyoncé's newest hit.)

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