TORONTO - Hollywood Suite chairman and co-founder Jay Switzer recalls in mid-April first taking notice of an important industry signpost: Canadian television's small club of network heads are now all women.
"Satisfying that almost nobody has noted Canada's big 3 MediaCo's & CBC now run by smart leaders who happen to be women. #took50 years," Switzer tweeted at the time. Read More »
CALGARY - The announcement yesterday that Shaw Communications plans to roll out U.S. cable giant Comcast's X1 platform shows how the company is continuing an extensive internal makeover. Read More »
TORONTO - Bell Canada said today it will spend $1.4 billion in Toronto alone to bring fibre to every home and business, and then upped the stakes even further by announcing it will soon bring 1 Gbps… Read More »
TORONTO - Shaw and Shaw Direct customers now have access to TV Everywhere application Hollywood Suite GO (HSGO), which is available at no additional cost for existing subscribers. Read More »
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We at Cartt.ca are going to take advantage of the shortened week and take a little down time (as we know many of you are, too) over the next few days so, while we'll keep our eye on the news for… Read More »
WINNIPEG - Kelvin Shepherd is stepping down from his role as president of MTS in October while chief financial officer Wayne Demkey will be leaving the company on July 31, MTS Allstream announced… Read More »
OTTAWA-GATINEAU - Porter Airlines has agreed to pay $150,000 as part of a settlement over violations to Canada's anti-spam legislation, plus promised to improve its compliance program, the CRTC said… Read More »
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