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Nielsen Canada Music 360 Report - Part 3

Nielsen Music has just released its 5th annual study that offers a goldmine of actionable data from a sample group of more than 1,500 nationwide. In this final instalment of a three-part series, FYI delves into the facts and figures behind the media consumers use for music discovery.

Nielsen Canada Music 360 Report - Part 3

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Nielsen Music has just released its 5th annual study that offers a goldmine of actionable data from a sample group of more than 1,500 nationwide. In this final instalment of a three-part series, FYI delves into the facts and figures behind the media consumers use for music discovery in these modern times.


To access the full report with expanded insights, contact paul.shaver@nielsen.com; meantime, a 15-page summary highlighting some key data can be downloaded as a pdf file here.

 

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Soleil Launière
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Soleil Launière

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Soleil Launière wins the Francouvertes: “It means a lot to me as an Indigenous artist”

Meet the Innu artist, big winner of the 2024 edition of the showcase-competition, who is the first Indigenous artist to win since the Quebec music competition started allowing submissions in Indigenous languages.

Soleil Launière has won the 28th edition of Francouvertes, becoming the first Indigenous artist to win the Quebec-based music competition.

The multidisciplinary Innu artist from Mashteuiatsh, Quebec won the grand final of the musical showcase on Monday, May 13. The Montreal-based artist edged out rapper Sensei H and maximalist rock singer-songwriter Loïc Lafrance.

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