Cable & Telecom

Commission dismisses Telus TV’s Shaw PPV complaint

OTTAWA-GATINEAU - The CRTC said Friday that Shaw Communications was not giving itself an undue preference when denying full pay-per-view service to Telus and it’s yet-to-be-launched digital television service, Telus TV. Telus filed a complaint in November 2004 saying that Shaw Pay-Per-View was saying it would limit the movie titles made available to Telus TV – which therefore means Shaw has given its PPV and cable divisions “undue preference” and subjected Telus to an undue disadvantage, said the western telco. Shaw, on the other hand, claimed agreements with certain U.S. movie studios prohibit it from making programming available to a...
 

Our industry and COVID-19

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