Articles Tagged ‘Bell’

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Bell makes a move in e-sports

The vertically integrated company’s ISP division is first founding marketing partner for Toronto-based e-sports company.

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George Cope set to retire from Bell

The longtime CEO is retiring in January 2020 and will leave the company in the hands of current COO Mirko Bibic.

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TV advertising strong, but media still flat for Bell in Q1

While radio advertising was down, there were significant upticks in specialty viewership and year-over-year growth in TV advertising.

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Bell files $150M damages claim against Quebecor

Bell argues that Quebecor tried to damage its reputation through a series of misleading and defamatory statements.

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CRTC orders TVA Sports back on for Bell customers

Quebecor said it would abide by the order but reiterated its stance that there is a “dramatic imbalance” in the royalties paid to specialty channels.

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TVA Sports carriage battle goes to Gatineau

According to Bell, around 425,000 households were affected by the pull last week.

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Quebec carriage dispute heading to the CRTC

TVA Group will be required to “show cause” as to why the CRTC should not suspend its broadcasting licence at next week’s hearing.

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TVA Sports goes dark for some Quebec viewers

Quebecor went ahead with the threat despite receiving a pair of letters from the CRTC urging both sides to come to a swift resolution.

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Bell, Quebecor carriage dispute escalates

Quebecor is reportedly set to pull its TVA Sports channel from Bell TV at 7 p.m today, coinciding with the first game of the NHL playoffs.

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Bell asks its telco customers to get more personal

Social media reaction to the request have been negative, but Mindshare’s Sarah Thompson says such first-party data is increasingly vital.

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Spotted! Bubbly, beauty and brand activations at TIFF

Air France and L’Oreal Paris are bringing glamour to the red carpet, while Bell and No Frills are bringing fans closer to the films.

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Bell shoots to the top in Toronto and Montreal: Media Monitors

The company’s internet, TV and mobile services dominated in both cities.

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Bell takes Toronto, CTV tops Montreal: Media Monitors

Shoppers Drug Mart also upped its radio buy in both cities.

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Bell courts gamers with e-sports sponsorship

The telco used a recent Red Bull tournament to showcase its fibre internet product.

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TSN, RDS kick off World Cup with digital offerings

TSN Direct and RDS Direct come ahead of the soccer tournament in Russia.