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Rogers Media launches new City, FX streamers

The new ad-supported services promise to give viewers more archived and behind-the-scenes content than its previous video app.

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Blue Jays to air on Omni in third language

The Saturday games will be aired in Tagalog throughout the summer.

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Bell Media unveils conventional, specialty pickups

Leading CTV’s drama acquisitions is ABC’s The Rookie and CBS’ Magnum P.I. reboot, while the media co also revealed additions to its specialty channels.

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ICYMI: Marketing Awards winners and more

Plus, Corus and Bell call it quite on the Series+ and Historia deal.

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CRTC recommends an overhaul of funding system

In its report on future distribution models, the commission suggested restructuring the content funding system and replacing prescriptive licensing.

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Kevin Frankish to trade morning time for primetime

The longtime Breakfast Television host will depart the show, but is embarking on a documentary series with City later this year.

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NCIS wins the week: Numeris

Plus, the Royal Wedding scored big in certain regions.

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Nathalie Dupont joins Media Experts

Dupont will take the TV reigns from industry veteran Carol Cummings.

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Competition shows rule CTV summer lineup

The Amazing Race Canada returns alongside a new series starring funny woman Amy Poehler, who gets crafty in her new competitive DIY show Making It.

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Coca-Cola takes title sponsorship for FIFA

The last tournament took in an average of 1.7 million viewers, and audiences have been on the upswing since 2010.

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Competition Bureau rejects Corus’ sale of Historia, Series+

The Commissioner of Competition did not approve the transaction, which was valued at around $200 million.

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FX adds LGBT drama to summer schedule

The Rogers Media-owned specialty net will bring in a new series starring the largest-ever cast of trans actors for a scripted series.

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Who won the Royal Wedding broadcast battle?

The broadcast reached millions of Canadians across a number of different networks.

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Layoffs confirmed at Bell Media

The company cited financial pressures within the broadcasting industry as a result of the eliminations.

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Upfronts ’18: CBC debuts 17 new series

The pubcaster will also renew a whopping 36 series, making the returning line-up one of its largest to date.