Articles Tagged ‘Rogers Media’



Why Rogers told CRTC to keep the kid gloves on for US channels

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“…I don’t want to lose these folks from the ecosystem,” Rogers’ SVP David Purdy told regulators during Thursday’s Let’s Talk TV hearing.



TVA Sports gears up for big NHL year

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Isabelle Rochefort, director of sales and marketing for TVA Sports, on how much advertising the company has sold so far as the new NHL season is set to begin.



Let’s Talk TV: Digital

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Ahead of Monday’s hearings, broadcasters and digital players weigh in on whether OTT services like Netflix should be required to fund local content.



Bell, Corus supersize HBO Canada with library deals

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Throwing down the premium-content gauntlet in the race for viewer loyalty, Bell Media and Corus Entertainment have announced major new content deals with HBO.



Rogers works around NHL blackouts

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Keith Pelley says the company has sold 60% of ads for the season as Rogers Media unveils an update to Rogers NHL GameCentre Live a month out from the first puck drop.



Sportsnet inks regional TV deal for Montreal Canadiens games

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The three-year agreement makes Rogers Media the official English language broadcaster for the team.



Rogers changes its tune in London

Radio

The company is rebranding the city’s BOBfm station to JACKfm to play more hits and broaden its appeal.



Rogers Media unveils its NHL roster

Television

Hockey Night in Canada analysts like Kelly Hrudey, Glenn Healy and P.J. Stock are moving to Sportsnet to call the upcoming season.



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.



How Shomi aims to take on Netflix Canada

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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.