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CTV presented its 2002-2003 programming line-up today, with new dramas and comedies tailored to build on the success of the last two seasons.
With audiences up an average of 35% across all demographics, The Comedy Network celebrates its fifth anniversary on solid ground this fall. And dysfunctional comedy is the name of the game as six brand new, original, Canadian comedy series join the line-up.
CBC Television announced its 2002/2003 fall season.
Bravo! announced today their fall highlights.
Some of the most amazing animals you’ll ever see and the beloved pets of Hollywood’s hottest stars are among the highlights of Animal Planet’s captivating new season. For viewers who want to know more about animals – both wild and domestic – and about the people who care for them, this is the place to be.
Corus Entertainment Inc. announced today that its women’s specialty television network (WTN) will be re-launched on Monday, April 15 with the shortened name, W, a revamped program schedule, and for the first time, a dual feed of its signal to better serve Western Canadian viewers. Corus also announced that W has begun its foray into Canadian drama by licensing five …
TVA Group Inc. has filed a complaint with the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) concerning Bell ExpressVu’s business practices, which are depriving Le Canal Nouvelles (LCN) of substantial revenues. The practices in question involve the direct sale by Bell ExpressVu and its authorized agents of multiple decoders to new customers, for use in the customer’s primary residence and secondary …
Ensuring Canadian producers have a place to air Canadian content was just one of the points made today by Elizabeth McDonald, president and CEO of the Canadian Film and Television Production Association before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage.
A ruling of The Supreme Court of Canada says that selling receivers to decode foreign satellite signal like Direct TV is violating Radiocommunication Act and is therefore illegal.