* – The broadcast boundaries for TSN’s regional Leafs games are set by the NHL with the interests of all of the league’s teams in mind. TSN is contractually obligated to follow the rules set by their NHL partners. The boundaries for most games are roughly defined as follows: Leafs Region — Ontario (excluding Ottawa Senators region). All of Ontario … Read More
These are the games for the Edmonton Oilers on Sportsnet West, a region in which they share with the Calgary Flames.
These are the Flames on Sportsnet West only. They share the region with the Oilers.
These are the Senators games on Sportsnet. These air in the East and Ontario regions.
The holidays are all about hanging out and catching up – a perfect opportunity to watch the entire first season of the Emmy Award-winning series Six Feet Under. The marathon airs on Showcase from December 23-26, beginning at 10 p.m. ET/PT each night.
The proportion of Canadian content in pay-TV and specialty television continued to grow, rising from 40% in the fall of 1998 to 44% in the fall of 2002. During the same period, the proportion of Canadian content in Canadian conventional television declined slightly, from 57% to 56%.
CBC Sports is broadcasting for the first time in High Definition Television on Saturday, November 22 as a historic day at Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton unfolds, celebrating the Oilers’ 25th anniversary, and the return of a legend, on CBC’S HOCKEY NIGHT IN CANADA beginning at 4:30 p.m. ET.
CTV Inc. today announced it will broadcast in High Definition, beginning Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2003. With the move, CTV becomes the first national conventional broadcaster in Canada transmitting a feed in High Definition. In August, TSN and Discovery Channel became the first two Canadian specialty channels to broadcast their signals in High Definition.
Cirrus Communications has started production on Naked Josh, a dramatic comedy prime-time series that will air on Showcase and Oxygen (on U.S. basic cable) in Spring 2004. The series is comprised of 8 half-hour episodes. The 33-day HDTV shoot is taking place in and around Montreal and will wrap November 29.
Opinion by Steve Hatton (TV Hat) Canadian broadcasters everywhere are breathing a sigh of relief. The CRTC said no, on November 7th, to a request from the Canadian Cable Television Association (CCTA) to carry some of the most popular U.S. cable networks such as HBO, ESPN, Fox News Channel, Fox Regional Sports Net Channels, Starz, Nickelodeon Kids… the list goes … Read More