Television Articles



Teletoon unveils fall slate

Television

The net’s fall TV “Gotta Gotta See It” campaign kicks off today at Fan Expo in support of the new season which includes the debut of Total Drama: Pahkitew Island (pictured).



Shomi’s cord-cutting dilemma

DigitalTelevision

Rogers and Shaw have created something that will impact their broader telecom business, and financial analysts say that might not be a bad thing.



Will the CRTC regulate Shomi?

DigitalTelevision

Never mind Netflix: the Canadian video portal is likely to be thrust into the muddy waters of whether or not the commission should regulate over-the-top services.



The Amazing Race Canada wins the week: Numeris

Television

The Bell Media original took the most single-night viewers for the week of Aug. 11 to 17.



New channel aims to reflect French Canada

Television

TV5 Quebec Canada’s CEO on Unis, a new cross-country channel that bows Sept. 1.



How Shomi aims to take on Netflix Canada

DigitalMobileTelevision

Top Rogers Media and Shaw Media execs on Tuesday outlined the benefits of content and curation for their new video portal to launch in November.



Reaction to launch of industry’s “worst kept secret”

DigitalMobileTelevision

The heads of Starcom MediaVest Group Canada, Dentsu Aegis Network Canada and UM on the potential benefits and pitfalls of Shomi.



Rogers and Shaw take on Netflix with launch

DigitalMobileTelevision

The two media companies have announced Shomi, a subscription-based VOD service.



Food Network Canada focuses on its faces

Television

The Shaw Media channel has put the final touches on a brand refresh with a new campaign coinciding with a free national preview for the channel.



CRTC proposes $30 basic cable, US Super Bowl ads

Television

The regulator laid the table for upcoming Let’s Talk TV hearings in September with potential policy shifts that stand to gore Canadian TV’s fattest sacred cows.