Articles Tagged ‘CRTC’

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.

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.

Telus to throw hat into the broadcast ring


The telco has a greenlight from the CRTC to operate a pay-per-view channel across Canada.

The battle’s on, everywhere


Media cos are locking up content rights, beefing up their catch-up services and launching online original content in a bid to conquer the digital space.

Choose your own adventure: Specialty TV edition


With the power to pick coming soon to viewers’ hands, which broadcaster will lead the pack?

Bell, Rogers, Shaw stake positions on pick-and-pay


Ahead of this fall’s Let’s Talk TV hearings, the distributors publicly release their positions on the pick-and-pay debate, advocating for different models of flexible channel choice.

Radio revenue stable in 2013: CRTC


The regulator reports that 13 new FM stations were added to the market in the past year.

Cable grows and satellite slows: CRTC


Joint revenue for cable and satellite hit $14.8 billion and overall subscriber numbers remained steady at 11.5 million.

Conventional revenue drops 4.6% in 2013: CRTC


Accounting for the 2012 London Olympic Games, private sector spend on non-sports Canadian programming was up slightly (1%) year-over-year to $598.9 million.

Let’s talk simultaneous substitution


Industry execs discuss the implications of ending simultaneous substitution, as the CRTC moves to examine the practice as part of Let’s Talk TV.