Radio & Television

Fight Network, FNTSY Sports expand U.S. distribution with Suddenlink launch

TORONTO - Fight Network and FNTSY Sports Network have launched on Suddenlink Communications in the U.S., the channels' parent Anthem Sports & Entertainment Corp. announced Monday.The seventh-largest cable broadband company in the U.S., Suddenlink has approximately 1.5 million subscribers in Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, North Carolina, Oklahoma, West Virginia, and other markets.  Both channels will be available in high-definition on the company's Sports Plus Tier.“Within just one year of our launch, we have hit another milestone with our distribution on Suddenlink because of its reach across the country,” said Anthem CEO Leonard Asper, in the news release.  “With a high demand...
 

Our industry and COVID-19

We've gathered a number of links where Canadian cable, radio, television, telecom and wireless companies have posted their responses to the Covid-19 pandemic.