Andrew Forsyth

Operations Consultant,
The Nielsen Company

Markham, ON, Canada

Forsyth Consulting draws on 4 decades of experience across the Broadcast Industry. Andrew applies his strategic planning skills to provide solutions to a wide range of companies. Andrew works with Radio in Canada, the United States and the U.K. He consults Nielsen BDSradio for operations, research and market development. He has headed key research projects for CBC, SOCAN, CAB and the CRTC including Emerging Artist Policy studies.

Andrew Forsyth has performed, programmed and consulted in a variety of formats. From the initial Communications Arts program at Loyola College he started in radio at CFCF/ CFQR and the legendary CHOM-FM in Montreal. Over the years he launched stations across Canada including OZ-FM Newfoundland, CJFI for Rogers, CKIK Calgary, KX Country in Durham and K-Rock Kingston. He is a co-founder of TSC (The Shopping Channel) and the Canadian Satellite Users Association. He was a tenured professor of Communication Arts for Seneca College at York University during the 1990s. He was associated with Bohn / SparkNet Communications for over 15 years during which time he has used his expertise in regulatory affairs, music research and product design to help meet the needs of various clients. He managed affiliate relations at start up for SparkNetworks radio syndication.

With his unique background and knowledge Forsyth continues to provide clients with preeminent product planning, positioning, talent development, music research, regulatory affairs management and sage advice.