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Bell Media Completes 2014/15 Canadian Independent Production Slate with Season 2 Order of SPUN OUT

In advance of the #CTVUpfront presentation this afternoon, CTV announced today it has ordered a second season of original comedy series SPUN OUT, completing Bell Media’s English-language Canadian commissioned production slate for 2014/15 to date. The 13-episode order from Project 10 Productions comes as SPUN OUT completes its inaugural season as one of the Top 4 returning new comedy series for 2014/15. ...

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Rogers Unveils NHL Programming Strategy

With eight months to go until the puck drops on the 2014-15 NHL season, Rogers today unveiled its high-level NHL programming strategy which will see the company deliver more than 500 regular season games across 13 networks, up to 7 games every¬†Saturday¬†night, expanded NHL content on 7 platforms, exclusive windows for national broadcasts, ‚ÄúHometown Hockey‚ÄĚ every¬†Sunday¬†hosted from communities across Canada, ...

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Bell Media Announces 29 Drama Projects in Development

After receiving 83 Canadian Screen Awards nominations for original dramas Monday, Bell Media announced today its current roster of drama projects in development for its conventional networks and specialty channels. Associated with the projects are a long list of established writers and producers including Ilana Frank (SAVING HOPE, ROOKIE BLUE), Paul Haggis (Crash), Bill Mustos and Anne Marie La Traverse (FL ...

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Rogers Communications and NHL Announce 12-Year National Broadcast and Multimedia Agreement

Rogers Communications and the National Hockey League today announced a landmark 12-year broadcast and multimedia agreement that includes all national rights to NHL games on all platforms in all languages.  The agreement, the largest media rights deal in League history, begins with the 2014-15 season and continues through the 2025-26 season.  This marks the first time a premium North American-wide sports lea ...

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Rogers Secures Multi-year Sub-licensing Deals with CBC and TVA Sports for NHL Games

Rogers Communications today announced multi-year sub-licensing agreements with CBC and TVA Sports for NHL games, beginning with the 2014-15 season.  This deal follows today’s earlier announcement in which Rogers Communications and the NHL secured a long-term broadcast and multimedia agreement, providing Rogers with all national rights on all platforms in all languages. ...

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Poll shows broadcasting industry needs to evolve; reveals Canadians’ views on TV

Rogers Communications, today released results of a new poll that shows the broadcasting industry needs to evolve to meet changing customer demand.  Results reveal that a majority of Canadians value their TV subscriptions, including the channels and packages available to them, but want the opportunity to further customize those packages. ...

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Ted Rogers Celebrated with Commemorative Bronze Statue at Rogers Centre

Rogers Communications unveiled today a 12-foot bronze statue of Edward S. "Ted" Rogers to celebrate the spirit and legacy of one of Canada's most respected and influential leaders. Designed by Canadian sculptor and close friend of the Rogers family, Siggy Puchta, the full-length statue, weighing nearly 800 lbs., was inspired by Rogers's drive and commitment to advancing media and communications in Canada. ...

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Rogers expands its Anyplace TV mobile lineup with more live premium sports and prime-time TV

Rogers Communications announced today that customers will have access to even more live sports and popular series on Rogers Anyplace TV for smartphones. The Rogers Anyplace TV smartphone app now live streams TSN and TSN2 and will offer CTV and CTV Two live and on demand programing this Fall. ...

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Inaugural Canadian International Television Festival Launches in November

The Canadian International Television Festival (CITF) will open on November 16, 2013 with Bell Media, the Canada Media Fund (CMF) and the Canadian Media Production Association (CMPA) as key supporters. The not-for-profit CITF will be the first television showcase festival in Canada and will provide a familiar platform for the public, journalists, broadcasting students, advertisers, and the industry to disco ...

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