Articles Tagged ‘Rogers Media’

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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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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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Playoffs round two broadcast details announced

Sportsnet, CBC, Omni and Sportsnet 360 will all take part in the broadcast.

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Media revenue up 12% for Rogers in Q1

While advertising played its part, the main driver in the revenue increase was higher distribution to the Blue Jays.

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Pinty’s extends its commitment to curling

The food brand will sponsor Sportsnet’s Grand Slam of Curling for another five years.

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Ram gets in on the NHL playoffs action

The auto manufacturer will promote a fantasy contest through a multiplatform campaign and sponsor a special radio segment.

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ICYMI: A Raptors record on Sportsnet, programming news at CBC

Plus, a new addition to COMMB and an expansion of Pressboard’s offerings.

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Apple looks back to mag business with Texture deal

Rogers Media and its U.S. counterparts are selling the “Netflix of magazines.”

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ICYMI: A tasty new TSN partnership

Plus, a new code of conduct to fight harassment and a Canadian original renewed for City.

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Village Media expands Rogers partnership to Ottawa

OttawaMatters.com launches with Rogers overseeing content and ad sales for the hyper-local news site.

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People Moves: Sportsnet says goodbye to Jerry Howarth

Plus, Noise Digital adds four and Media IQ hires Simon Tray.

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CRTC seeks input from digital giants

The commission told Netflix, CBC, Google and others that it wants their subscriber and Cancon investment info, but promised not to share it.

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ICYMI: CBC’s Olympics schedule, Bell’s big Let’s Talk numbers

CBC will broadcast a total of 21 hours of Olympic content per day, 18 of them being live.

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Grammy ratings drop on both sides of the border

Overnights show a 16% drop in viewers for City’s ceremony.