Articles Tagged ‘Rogers Communications’

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Exclusive Vice content coming to Fido

The Rogers-owned mobile service is offering a new Canadian daily show to Fido customers.

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Fido plays nice with Spotify

Six months after its launch, Spotify inks a deal with Rogers that will see its premium service offered for free on Fido phones.

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Canadian cord-cutting rose sharply in 2014: Report

Major Canadian TV providers last year lost a record 65,000 TV subscribers, Boon Dog Professional Service’s latest research reveals.

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CTV Go adds more carriers

The app is now available to 90% of English Canadian TV subscribers, just in time for the Oscars live stream this Sunday.

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WWE Network coming to more Canadians

Rogers has announced more TV providers will begin carrying the channel, which it bought rights to in Canada last summer.

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Rogers Q4 earnings drop, despite higher overall revenues

Gains in revenue from NHL licensing deal and Sportsnet properties offset continuing softness in print and TV advertising.

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Rogers Comm. taps German phone exec to lead consumer business

Former Deutsche Telekom sales and distribution head Dirk Woessner will join the company on April 5 as president of the consumer business division.

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Spotted! Shomi turns Yonge-Dundas Square purple

The streaming service is using the OOH campaign to drive awareness and launch a Twitter contest.

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Rogers strikes video deal with Conde Nast Entertainment

Rogers Communications gets exclusive rights to sell Conde Nast Entertainment’s digital video in Canada.

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Livia Zufferli joining Rogers

Target’s VP of marketing is headed to the telco later this month as an SVP.

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Rogers Communications posts lower earnings

Cable revenue fell on continuing TV subscriber losses, partially offset by continued internet revenue growth.

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BCE issues complaint against Rogers hockey app

The media co has filed a complaint with the CRTC saying new extensions to the Rogers NHL GameCentre Live app violate competitive regulations.

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

“…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.

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Rogers backs pick-pack cable packaging in CRTC hearings

The cable and mobile giant also opposed the end of simultaneous substitution. (Rogers Media president Keith Pelley pictured)

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Rogers’ Next Issue marketing push paying off

Steve Maich, SVP of publishing at Rogers on how Next Issue Canada is trending to date, and where he sees it going in 2014.