Television Articles

Bell Media unwraps streamer, code-named ‘Project Latte’


The TV-focused SVOD will include HBO’s back catalogue of programming.

Rogers, Vice to launch new channel, studio in Canada


The Toronto facility will be operated by Vice and is part of a $100 million joint venture between the partners.

Cogeco introduces TiVo service


Cogeco will offer the service to Ontario subscribers, followed by a launch in Quebec in 2015.

Fall TV: Who’s sticking around?


CTV and Global each have three new shows going to full-season, City has two and CTV Two has one.

What’s the ROI on the Olympics?


Industry execs from MediaCom, Media Dimensions, OMD and ZenithOptimedia on the potential of yesterday’s Olympic deal.

The Big Bang Theory brings in most viewers: Numeris


Sheldon and the gang had the top single-night ratings of the week for Oct. 13 to 19.

CBC, Radio-Canada awarded 2018, 2020 Olympic broadcast rights


The public broadcaster will work with Bell Media and Rogers Media to execute the large-scale media event, with CBC/Radio Canada broadcasting popular “first-tier” events, such as hockey.

Videotron promotes three

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The Quebecor Media-owned co has created two new VP roles.

Meet the judges: Super Bowl Canadian Ad Challenge


CTV and the CMA reveal the industry members who will be judging the contest for free air time during the football fiesta.

Can TV hang on to departing digital dollars?


How Omnicom’s global video investment shifts are playing out in Canada, and why national CEO Fred Forster says it is not too late for local broadcasters to keep some of that money in their pockets.