Articles Tagged ‘Shaw’

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Toronto to host 2016 Grey Cup

The Canadian Football League is bringing its big event back to the city, with Shaw as the presenting sponsor.

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Blog: Addressing TV’s addressability

PHD Canada’s Rob Young makes a case for increased addressability in TV but acknowledges that Canadian media cos may not be ready yet.

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ICYMI: Canada rakes in the Lions, Bell’s big investment

In case you missed it: Canada has had a record week in Cannes so far, and Bell and Rogers made big investments in internet and mobile this week.

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Cooking fresh and fast with Walmart on Food Network

Wednesday nights on the channel will belong to the brand as it launches a series of broadcast and digital activations with Food Network Canada.

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Cable losing share in TV services battle

Telcos continue to make inroads, while the number of people who are tuning out keeps rising, finds new research from Media Technology Monitor.

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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.

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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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Twitter Canada launches new features with Shomi

Don’t know what to watch? The streamer and social media company have partnered to recommend shows through a new-to-Canada tool.

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Shomi unveils content licensing deal with Walt Disney, Disney/ABC

The film and TV catalogue deal is the latest sign that the market for SVOD rights in Canada for Hollywood fare has tightened.

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Shaw and Rogers launch shomi

The Netflix Canada contender is available in beta first to Rogers and Shaw internet or cable customers.

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Bell Media unwraps streamer, code-named ‘Project Latte’

The TV-focused SVOD will include HBO’s back catalogue of programming.

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Graph: Who landed where on the hot topics of Let’s Talk

A look at where the major players fall on the big issues to come out of the Let’s Talk TV hearing.

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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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Reaction to launch of industry’s “worst kept secret”

The heads of Starcom MediaVest Group Canada, Dentsu Aegis Network Canada and UM on the potential benefits and pitfalls of Shomi.

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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.