By Perry HoffmanTORONTO – VMedia Inc. isn’t bowing to pressure from Bell Media to remove CTV and CTV2 from its live TV online streaming service. After Bell sent the company a cease and desist letter on September 29, VMedia followed up with a lawsuit, launched on October 3.The independent ISP and broadcast distribution undertaking (BDU) unveiled its new TV streaming service on September 16. For $17.95 per month, Canadians can get 20 live TV channels, including all the major TV networks in Canada and the U.S., over a Roku video streaming player or on a Roku TV.VMedia says “the Service allows Canadians...
UPDATED: Bell wants its channels off VMedia’s Roku channel. VMedia instead launches lawsuit
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