MONTREAL - Quebecor Media's Vidéotron announced it as a first in Canada on Thursday, but its plan to exempt music streaming from mobile data caps has already raised alarms from net neutrality activists and the Public Interest Advocacy Centre.
The Quebec mobile provider announced Thursday morning its Unlimited Music service, which exempts a series of streaming services (Stingray, Rdio, Google Play, Deezer and Spotify) from counting toward mobile data usage for customers with Canada-wide plans with at least 2GB data (a plan that costs about $65/month). Read More »
TORONTO - Just days after Bell Media announced an overhaul (and don't forget, Shaw Media and Rogers Media have also made signficant changes over the past number of months) broadcaster and producer… Read More »
QUISPAMSIS, NB - The Canadian Cable Systems Alliance (CCSA) is praising a promise by Prime Minister Harper that a Conservative government would provide a further $200 million to support major new… Read More »
TORONTO - Rogers Cable has added Brazil's oldest television station, TV Record, to its lineup. Read More »
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QUEBEC CITY - EXFO Inc. has named Ciena exec Philippe Morin as its chief operating officer, effective early November. Read More »
TORONTO - Much Digital Studios is joining forces with the Puma, Bell and Virgin Mobile Canada brands on three youth-targeted activations. Read More »
OTTAWA - Broadcasters looking at the likelihood of being forced to move to new over the air channels are still quietly digesting last week's 600 MHz spectrum decision by Industry Canada, but at least… Read More »
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