Pierre Karl Péladeau, President and CEO of Quebecor Inc., Quebecor Media Inc. and Sun Media Corporation, today announced that Quebecor Media, through a partnership between its two subsidiaries TVA Group and Sun Media Corporation, will be challenging the English Canadian TV news establishment by investing in a new hard news/straight talk English specialty channel called SUN TV NEWS.
Continuing with the successes of the past year, SUN TV is happy to bring back many of your favorite shows as well as some fresh and exciting new titles for the coming season. Our returning shows include; “60 Minutes”, “48 Hours Mystery”, “Boston Legal”, “Funniest Pets and People”, “Forensic Factor”, “World’s Most Amazing Videos”, “Smallville”, “Supernatural”, and “George Lopez”. New …
SUN TV unveiled last tuesday their Fall 2007 schedule with 12 hours of US Network simulcasts per week, new shows and popular favorites, as well as a slate of Canadian music specials, award shows, and local productions that make SUN TV “Fun To Watch”.
SUN TV kicks off its second season on September 4th with a powerful schedule that features returning local productions, six U.S. prime time simulcast programs and two English language Telenovelas (short form drama’s) produced for MyNetwork TV. This, combined with expanded coverage in London, Ottawa and Kitchener, positions SUN TV as a growing Ontario broadcaster.
Mike Nesbitt has been promoted to the position of General Manager of Operations it was announced today by Jim Nelles, Vice President and General Manager of SUN TV.
This is just a reminder that starting today, Toronto 1 will be known as SUN-TV. Personally, I hope it is true what they have been promising. For the last few weeks, Toronto 1 has been running ads showing “New shows, new look, beginning August 29”. And now, as I was just watching Celebrity Justice on Toronto 1, the ad appeared …
Toronto 1 starts the fall off with six new, independent productions that will reflect the Greater Toronto Area and the diverse lifestyle, culture and sports scenes of our city. In addition Toronto 1 will offer viewers a unique slate of programming that will engage and connect with the city’s contemporary households.
Quebecor Inc.’s struggling Toronto 1 television station is changing its name to SUN-TV, emphasizing the outlet’s links to the Toronto Sun newspaper, which is also a key property in the Quebec media giant’s empire.
TORONTO 1 is pleased to be joining TVA in the broadcast of the Budweiser Boxing Series presented by Le Casino De Montreal and Le Casino De Lac Leamy. The series will begin to air Saturday, September 10, 2005 from 4:00PM till 6:00PM ET.
Don Gaudet, General Manager of Programming at TORONTO 1, is pleased to announce the appointment of Paula Davies as the new Executive Producer of In-House Production.