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Netflix offers sneak peek at business in standoff with CRTC

It’s no tell-all, but Netflix provides partial answers to certain regulatory orders in a Sept. 22 letter. (Netflix’s Corie Wright pictured)

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Netflix rejects CRTC orders for proprietary business data

The US-based streamer said it is not subject to regulatory orders “under Canadian broadcasting law.”

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CRTC clashes with stonewalling Netflix at Let’s Talk TV hearing

Regulatory chair Jean-Pierre Blais repeatedly ordered the US video streaming giant to confidentially provide key business data on its Canadian operations.

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Canada ripe for new streaming option

Netflix has more than doubled its evening traffic from three years ago, according to new research from broadband and network solutions company Sandvine, but a lack of a strong competitor makes Canada a prime market for a new entry.

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Shomi’s cord-cutting dilemma

Rogers and Shaw have created something that will impact their broader telecom business, and financial analysts say that might not be a bad thing.

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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.

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Next stop for Netflix: world domination?

Netflix’s latest quarter results and how its aiming to reduce theatre to airing times through new deals with companies like Disney.

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Profile of a binge watcher

They’re young, high-income and more than half have children at home, according to new research from MTM on people who marathon view content.

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.

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Netflix, IPTV on the rise in Canada: report

A third of English-speaking Canadians subscribe to Netflix, as penetration of IPTV service climbs, reports Media Technology Monitor.

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Who is watching Netflix in Canada?

New data from Media Technology Monitor offers deep demographic data on who is watching and how they are using the OTT VOD service.

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Watching video makes up 29% of all time spent online: MTM

Media Technology Monitor’s analysis of the English-language market in Canada highlights the growing popularity of streaming video.

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Canadians are ‘content stacking’: Ipsos

New numbers from Ipsos Reid confirm most Canadians are not cutting the cord, but rather stacking content services on top of what they already have.

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Two thirds of anglophones have smartphones: MTM

Media Technology Monitor releases the latest findings on technology adoption rates, showing Canadian anglophones continue to embrace the internet for TV.

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What to take away from Netflix’s earnings report

Netflix offered a glimpse into its future on Wednesday, saying it has no plans to add ads to its service and discussing possible new pricing models.