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Bell Media

Ten cities will have a new brand on the air come Jan. 4.
The former co-host of "The Social" is taking a leave of absence from Bell Media.
Amid a flood of new U.S.-based streaming services, Bell Media has struck a deal that will keep one of them out of Canada.
Rogers is already a major player and Bell wants in — but there are benefits to the CRTC giving smaller companies a chance.
Our media may not be reading off identical scripts quite yet, but we'd be fooling ourselves to think there isn't a problem.
Bell Media says an investigation is underway.
The company blames declines in advertising revenue.
The media giant has been banned from substituting U.S. ads with Canadian ones.
An unknown number of CTV staffers in Kitchener, London and Windsor are losing their jobs.
"It's the outcome we predicted," Bell Media said.