Radio & Television

Sirius Canada hits 100,000 subs, adds channels

TORONTO - Sirius Canada announced today that it has passed the 100,000-subscriber mark. "In just over five months we have reached 100,000 subscribers exceeding all of our expectations, and our growth continues to climb," said Mark Redmond, president and CEO. "Sirius fans are loving the wide range of commercial-free music, leading news and sports programming, and exclusive content from Howard Stern, Lance Armstrong, Martha Stewart Living Radio, the CFL and the NFL." Sirius Canada is owned by Standard Broadcasting, the CBC and Sirius (U.S.) in a 40-40-20% partnership. It's Canadian competitor, XM Canada, announced last month it had reached 75,000...

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.