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News Tagged By: Rogers Communications

Rogers opens Shomi to non-subscribers, increasing competition with Netflix
Two of Canada’s biggest cable companies are opening up their online TV streaming service to all Canadians, stepping up competition with Netflix Inc.
Posted on 5-27-2015 at 10:07 AM
Asian Television Network poised to benefit from Canada’s changing media landscape
Television networks are expecting to take a hit from the CRTC’s new pick-and-pay system and the proliferation of digital streaming services like Netflix and CraveTV.
Posted on 5-11-2015 at 9:11 AM
Rogers to cut jobs, end all OMNI newscasts
Staff across the country are receiving pink slips Thursday, with the brunt of the cuts coming at the troubled OMNI operations and stations in the West.
Posted on 5-07-2015 at 1:19 PM
CRTC to set roaming rates national carriers charge competitors
The CRTC has ruled that it will regulate how much the country’s three largest wireless carriers charge smaller competitors for access to their services but will let other industry players set their own prices.
Posted on 5-05-2015 at 4:24 PM
Rogers blames hockey, CRTC as profit falls
Rogers Communications Inc. said its first-quarter profit took a hit from increased spending to hang on to cellphone customers in advance of an upcoming surge in expired contracts and lacklustre broadcast revenues from mid-season NHL hockey games.
Posted on 4-21-2015 at 7:33 AM
Shaw Communications profit falls 24% as video demand dips
The company, which operates broadcaster Global and a range of specialty channels, will have to deal with a changing media landscape after the broadcast regulator said last month that distributors must offer all channels on an individual basis, known as a la carte or pick and pay programing.
Posted on 4-14-2015 at 8:00 AM
NSA trying to map Rogers, RBC communications traffic, leak shows
The U.S. National Security Agency has been trying to map the communications traffic of corporations around the world, and a classified document reveals that at least two of Canada’s largest companies are included.
Posted on 3-17-2015 at 8:08 AM
Rogers settles ‘misleading advertising’ allegations over premium text services
Rogers Communications Inc. says it will offer credits or refunds to customers who were unknowingly charged extra for so-called premium text services – quizzes, games, horoscopes and ring-tones – as part of a deal to settle allegations from the Competition Bureau of “misleading advertising.”
Posted on 3-16-2015 at 8:53 AM
Handouts for new carriers ‘underscore government’s inefficient spectrum strategy’: Canaccord
Wind Mobile bolstered its spectrum by 180 percent for the bargain basement price of $56.4 million. That’s roughly a fifth of the $272 million price tag expected by Canaccord.
Posted on 3-06-2015 at 6:21 PM
Rogers reveals online security breach
Rogers Communications Inc. says that a security breach it attributes to “human error” has resulted in outsiders gaining access to information associated with dozens of its medium-size business accounts.
Posted on 3-02-2015 at 3:56 PM
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