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Resignation is effective immediately.
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It says its print revenue plunged more than 30 per cent, year-over-year.
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The crux of the problem is that the same companies who control the distribution of television in Canada also create or licence programming, giving them a stranglehold on the medium AND the message. This means they have zero incentive to break up the cable bundle or go beyond the letter of CRTC regulation to actually provide or promote options that fit the lifestyle of today's consumers.
Cable giants Rogers, Bell and Videotron collectively succeeded in freezing cable-cutters' sales of their Android TV boxes. A temporary injunction of the boxes may stifle their future success and growth in Canada. From the recent ruling comes the fundamental question: Will this necessarily stall, if not exterminate piracy? The answer is no.
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TORONTO — OMNI Television says it's seeking regulatory approval to create a new national channel that would restore ethnic newscasts axed just one year ago. The Toronto-based subsidiary of Rogers Comm...
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Depending on who you ask we either live in an age of rampant consumerism or endless choice -- the answer doesn't necessarily lie in the middle but both are true. The Internet has connected us personally, politically, socially and humanity's consumer nature has built a retail channel unlike any other before.
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More than 66,000 subscriptions for skinny basic in five weeks.
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"HNIC" averages 2 million viewers. Last week it was down to 721,000.
"It’s no longer a commodity; it's a necessity."
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All of Sportsnet's content will be available to stream for $24.99.
Canadians pay among the highest amount in the world for wireless service. For example, for a basic plan that includes texting, data and talking minutes the average in other industrialized countries is $22 per month; whereas in Canada we pay $37.29 a month. The story is similar for cable and internet. As a consumer you can only be taken advantage of by a corporation for so long -- there comes a point where you can't take it anywhere. We've reached that point.
"The product they sold to or they're going to sell to advertisers is just not worth as much."
Rogers says it has no roaming agreement with Sugar Mobile.
The daily cost of wireless is still less than a premium latte, Guy Laurence says.