Articles Tagged ‘Shaw Communications’


Shaw acquires Wind Mobile

The $1.6 billion deal expands Shaw’s product offering to include mobile.


Grey Cup posts 2015 growth

How Shaw’s on-site activations fared in its first year as title sponsor, as overall ratings jumped.


Former Exchange Lab director lands at Jones Media

Neil Houston is now the company’s director of programmatic and media buying.

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Canadian media stocks take hit as int’l markets slide

The big four – BCE, Shaw, Rogers and Corus – posted sharp declines Monday morning.

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Shomi hits the streets for expanded launch

Shomi looks to social media to drum up awareness of its wider launch, as costumed characters inspired by its shows fanned out across Canadian cities.


Shaw Media revenue steady in Q3

Profits slide overall at the company, and it announced a deal to bring Comcast’s next-gen IPTV platform X1 to market.


Shaw Communications Q2 earnings fall on restructuring costs

The slide in earnings came despite higher overall revenues.

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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.


Reactions roll out to Let’s Talk phase two

Media execs note that decreased channels may lead to a jump in costs, depending on the channels that get picked most.

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Shaw posts earnings drop

The cable giant saw lost video subscriptions and lower TV revenues in a soft ad market, while adding internet customers.


Former Shaw exec Paul Burns moves agency side

The former VP of digital media at Shaw Communications has taken a new role with New York City-based Huge.

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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.


Barbara Williams urges female execs to reach higher

Shaw Media’s president and EVP of broadcasting on why connecting with CEOs is key to advancement and her hopes for The Protege Project.


More women needed in Canadian c-suites

A new program from Shaw Communications, Women in Communications and Technology and Catalyst Canada aims to increase opportunities for female executives.

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Shaw Communications reports growth

The company points to investments in programming, technology and products, combined with operational efficiencies.