TV Week—BC's television and entertainment weekly
194,500 Average Weekly Readership
41 Average Mins Read Per Copy
B.C.’s TV listings and entertainment weekly for more than 30 years
TV Week is the source of local and television entertainment news, guiding readers to the hottest new shows and biggest stars, while helping viewers navigate the ever-growing multi-channel universe on TV and online. TV Week is B.C.’s top guide to what’s on television—but it’s much more than a TV guide. Readers also turn to TV Week for exclusive stories on their favourite TV series, soaps, reality shows and national and international television celebrities.
For nearly 40 years, TV Week magazine has played an intimate role in the living room, bringing families, friends and partners together for television entertainment. Even today, with PVRs, online streaming and mobile accessibility, TV Week plays a more important role than ever in cutting through the clutter and providing reliable viewing recommendations alongside exclusive local stories and entertainment ideas to those who want it most.
TV Week Fast Facts
Weekly Readership – 194,500
- 25-49 10%
- 50-64 46%
- 65+ 44%
- Female 79%
- Male 21%
- Living situation
- Reside in B.C. 100%
- Homeowner 74%
- Married or living together 51%
- Weekly Distribution – 24,800
- Average minutes read per copy – 41
Meet the Editor
Brent Furdyk | TV Week Editor-in-Chief
Brent Furdyk is an award-winning writer, editor and entertainment journalist whose byline has appeared on thousands of published pieces, both in print and online. Brent is a member of the Broadcast Television Journalists Association (BTJA) and the Television Critics Association (TCA), and has covered the twice-yearly TCA press tour since 2001. In addition to interviewing some of the biggest names in the entertainment world, Brent is also a sought-after guest on radio and television. As a television commentator, Brent has appeared on such shows as Shaw TV’s Urban Rush, Citytv’s Breakfast Television, CTV’s The Vicki Gaberau Show, TVtropolics’s Six Degrees of Television, Global National and ET Canada, and appears regularly on radio on The Kid Carson Show. Brent offers his take on TV’s latest every other Wednesday on Global BC’s Global News Morning.
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