The CRTC today granted High Fidelity seven new HD licence approvals, which will enable the company to offer the rapidly growing number of Canadian HD viewers additional smart, refreshing, and beautiful HD programming choices.
The CRTC has approved the application by the Canadian Cable Telecommunications Association (CCTA) to add HDNet, a high definition (HD) non-Canadian satellite service, to the lists of satellite services eligible for distribution on a digital basis.
CTV Specialty Television Inc. and US-based Discovery Communications announced today that their joint venture application to the CRTC for a new High Definition (HD) specialty channel — Discovery HD — has been approved, representing a landmark in Canadian television. Expected to launch before the end of 2005, this Category 2 Digital Specialty Service will be Canada’s first 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week High … Read More
TSN and CTV today announced an unprecedented initiative to produce and broadcast all four rounds of the upcoming 2005 Bell Canadian Open (BCO) in High Definition, marking the first time a Canadian golf tournament will be televised in wide-screen HD format.
As of March 2005, 10 million homes around the world were watching HDTV programming on a high-definition TV set.
Discovery Communications has announced it will extend availability of Discovery HD Theater™ in markets outside of the United States, affording viewers around the globe the opportunity to explore their world in illuminating visual detail through high definition television.
See the best NHL players broadcasted in High Definition. This week CBC Sports will broadcast in HDTV the All-Star Game, as well as the All-Star Skills Competition & Young Stars game.
CTV Specialty Television Inc. and Rogers Broadcasting Ltd. announced today that they have signed an agreement under which the division of Rogers Media will invest in 50 per cent of CTV Specialty’s mobile production and distribution business, operated through Dome Productions Inc. The transaction is expected to close in early January 2004.