The Global Television Network and CH recently announced their 2004 summer lineup, which includes a powerful mix of new and returning drama, reality, sports and special programming.
CBC unveiled today their fall schedule & highlights.
The upcoming fall season marks the 15th anniversary of the foundation of this channel and they have prepared a few changes to mark this event.
CBC Country Canada is Canada’s digital home for celebrating this country. In the tradition of the CBC, Country Canada offers an incredible range of programming that challenges, engages and entertains Canadians from coast to coast.
Canada continues to change and grow and the face of CBC Television will change and grow with the country. CBC Television is asking for submissions for a half-hour serial drama that will change the pace and face of daytime TV in Canada, Rae Hull, senior director of network programming recently announced.
The National Hockey League and NBC Sports today announced a partnership in which NBC will televise NHL games beginning in 2004-05.
Craig Media Inc. announced layoffs involving 37 positions at its Calgary and Toronto television stations, intended to further rationalize its operations and control costs.
W Network, Canada’s #1 specialty channel for women, presents the exclusive Canadian broadcast premiere of Blow Out, a six-episode one-hour unscripted series set in a soon-to-be posh beauty salon in Beverly Hills.
NBC introduced its new prime-time schedule for the 2004-05 season today, a line-up that will initially add two new comedy series and three new dramas to America’s top-rated television network, and then introduce seven more projects as the season progresses.
Recently TechTV in the United States changed names to G4techTV. This was as a result of the Comcast Corporation becoming the new owner of the channel thru G4 Media inc. G4techTV will be the new name for the Canadian digital channel TechTV Canada. It will combine popular programming from both technology lifestyle channels, G4 and TechTV. As part of the … Read More