Cable & Telecom

Videotron’s MAtv pledges to be “voice and mirror of all citizens of Greater Montreal”

MONTREAL – Videotron’s community channel MAtv is promising a fall programming schedule that doubles down on its commitment to focus on local ideas and distinctive content proposed by Montrealers.The channel, which last year came under fire for violating the CRTC’s local and access programming requirements, said that over 50% of its new fall programming is comprised of projects from the community.That content, scheduled to debut September 26, includes three new English-language series, two new French-language programs, three new hosts, and the return of popular series such as shows Mise À Jour and Premières vues."MAtv is constantly challenging itself to renew its television...

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.