Articles Tagged ‘Shaw’

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Agency execs on how the Rogers-Shaw deal could reshape the industry

If approved, the new company would have unprecedented power in the media landscape and may impact Global News.

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Rogers says objections to Shaw deal come from competitors’ ‘self-interest’

The company said BCE and Telus presented the CRTC with “manufactured concerns.”

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BCE asks CRTC to deny Rogers-Shaw deal

The company said the merger’s negative impacts will “echo” throughout the broadcasting system for years to come.

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Unifor urges CRTC to maintain funding for Global news

Canada’s largest private-sector union asked that Rogers be mandated to continue Shaw’s funding of the Corus network, instead of diverting it to City.

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TLN and ECG now support Rogers-Shaw deal, but ask for safeguards

The independent ethnic broadcasters now accept the merger as a “necessary response” to changes in the broadcasting landscape.

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ICYMI: Hilite hires new VP to manage deal with Addope

Plus, OKD merges with Brandfire and the Competition Bureau seeks public comment on Rogers-Shaw deal.

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Spotted! Freedom Mobile’s teeny tiny streetcar ads

The mobile provider is activating a sponsorship of a new Toronto attraction by putting ads in its miniature cities.

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Rogers to acquire Shaw

If the deal is approved, it would provide Rogers with the scale to accelerate the delivery of its nation-wide 5G network.

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Shaw to sell Corus stake for $548 million

Shaw Communications will no longer hold an equity interest in Corus Entertainment once the offering closes later this month.

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Who’s activating at the Grey Cup?

Shaw, Nissan, and Mark’s are partners for this weekend’s football match.

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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.

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Grey Cup lines up its sponsors

Brands returning to the action include Nissan, Shaw and more.

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Spotted! Shaw descends to the ‘Upside Down’

A billboard kicks off a contest to promote Blue Sky’s Netflix integration.

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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.