TORONTO - Rogers Media president Keith Pelley is leaving the media giant this summer to become the new Commissioner and CEO of The European Tour, a global golf tour featuring 48 events in 26 countries.
During his five year tenure, Pelley (pictured) is credited with reorganizing the company's media division; leading the push to digital across its publishing brands; launching shomi and Next Issue in Canada; launching Sportsnet magazine; and expanding the reach of the company's TV assets. Read More »
OTTAWA - Bell is facing a $750 million class action lawsuit over its controversial targeted advertising program that tracked the Internet browsing habits, app usage, TV viewing and calling patterns… Read More »
LOS GATOS, CA - Netflix is expanding its accessibility options by adding audio description on select titles, including its new series Marvel's Daredevil. Read More »
MONTREAL - Bell said Friday that it now serves 1 million IPTV customers, making Fibe TV and FibreOp TV among the fastest growing product lines in the company's 135-year history. Read More »
Now in its 33rd year, CANADIAN MUSIC WEEK is recognized as one of the premier entertainment events in North America focusing on the business of music. See Event »
MONTREAL - Telus will invest $1.6 billion in new infrastructure and facilities across Quebec through 2018, including $116 million in the Greater Montreal area, the company announced this week. Read More »
TORONTO - The results of a CBC/Radio-Canada workplace investigation report into inappropriate behaviour by fired radio host Jian Ghomeshi has led to the dismissal of two senior executives. Read More »
OTTAWA and GATINEAU - Community newspaper publisher Metroland Media Group Ltd. Read More »
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