Television Articles

Rogers goes big with WWE deal


A new 10-year deal between Rogers and WWE keeps wrestling on Sportsnet and aims to bring the WWE Network to Canadian television subscribers.

Quebecor’s new integrated media strategy


The company is rolling assets including TVA Group, Sun Media and the QMI Agency into the newly created Media Group.

Amazing Race Canada owns the week: Numeris


The CTV original clocks in with the most viewers for July 14 to 20.

Why FX is changing the way it reports ratings


Details behind the decision at the US arm of the network to no longer report overnight numbers for its scripted programs, beginning with The Strain.

Parents aren’t the only ones buying big for back to school


Staples is bringing a more focused digital approach to its biggest digital media buy to date.

Who’s up when: Let’s Talk TV


What to expect from the big Canadian broadcasters and digital players this September, as well as when they’re presenting to the CRTC.

Rogers’ second quarter earnings slide


Overall revenue at the wireless, cable and media giant was virtually unchanged.

CRTC approves DHX Media takeover of Family Channel


Few strings were attached by the regulator as it gave the Teletubbies’ owner change of ownership approval for the $170 million deal with Bell Media.

How CMT got its groove back


Programming exec Ted Ellis on audience boosts, programming changes, and the channel’s goal of being a top 10 specialty.

The Amazing Race Canada goes international


How the show fared in its first trip outside of Canada this week, and final data for the show’s second season premiere.