Radio & Television

New channels a ‘suite’ deal for movie lovers, BDUs alike, says new broadcaster

TORONTO – Like many broadcasters, Hollywood Suite has done its research to find what it believes is a gap in television content.  But it also polled the country’s television service providers before finalizing the concept around its four new channels.“The BDUs said ‘don’t bother coming to us with just a linear channel’”, said president and co-founder David Kines in an interview with Cartt.ca. “So the key to our offering, and also recognizing what’s going on out there, is to deliver a multi-platform offering for both movie lovers and the BDU."The Toronto-based independent broadcaster, which on Tuesday unveiled its slate of commercial-free high definition...
 

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.