Articles Tagged ‘Videotron’

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Cord cutting slows for Shaw, but not for most competitors

Telus saw subscriber gains for the year, and Boon Dog’s latest study shows a 20% overall drop in cord-cutting. But most cable providers still saw increased customer losses.


ICYMI: OMNI’s regional news bows, Beebe inks Toast deal

Plus, Videotron has partnered with Comcast to create an IPTV service.


ICYMI: Stingray’s new milestone, Waze hit Android Auto

Plus: Love Nature brings its 4K offering to Videotron.


People Moves: Postmedia onboards new CFO

Plus, new hires at CBC, Cue Media and Videotron


The latest numbers on Canadian cord-cutters

Price lead to the biggest gap in satisfaction between pay TV and “alternative” services according to a new study from J.D. Power.


Cord-cutting hit a record high in 2016: report

But those who have cut the cord still only account for a small percentage of the total market, according to a report from Boon Dog.


MLS moves to TVA Sports in Quebec, renews with TSN

TVA Group has now doubled its soccer content for the season, from 21 games to more than 50.

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BDUs defend skinny basic implementation in CRTC hearing

Videotron, Rogers, Shaw and BCE’s introduction of basic channel packages and flexible pricing options went under the microscope in Gatineau, QC.


PKP bids adieu to politics

Pierre Karl Peladeau has ended his short career as the head of the Parti Quebecois.


Revenue across segments up at Quebecor

The telecom and media company reported a 7.5% increase in year-over-year revenue, posting $3.88 billion in 2015.

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Media, overall revenues up at Quebecor

Revenues for the company’s media segment were up 21.3% to $226.5 million, with overall revenues also increasing 9.5% to $971.7 million.


Demand rises for high-speed internet service: report

Two new reports from J.D. Power report on what factors influence customer satisfaction on TV and online services.


BCE loses appeals court bid to retain mobile TV pricing

The Federal Court of Appeal in a March 23 decision said “Bell has not established that it will suffer irreparable harm” if the mobile TV service is banned until the case is heard.

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Court orders Bell to pay $137M to Videotron, TVA

Satellite TV service Bell ExpressVu, a subsidiary of Bell, must pay compensation for failing to effectively fight piracy of its signals between 1999 and 2005, the Quebec Court of Appeal ruled.

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The CRTC wants more from Videotron

The regulator called for the media co to increase local programming on MAtv, while also approving a Videotron request for a new English-language community channel.