Bell Media announces 8 new series coming to Canadian screens in 2016/17.
Bell Media is partnering with iHeartRadio to offer digital radio to Canadians.
Bell Media to be the exclusive Canadian distributor of HBO content across all platforms in early 2016.
Bell is now Canada’s top TV service provider.
After an outright rejection from the CRTC against the proposed merger with Astral Media in mid-October, BCE wants to get back to the bargaining table. The CEO of BCE, George Cope and his team have tabled a new proposal to meet the regulatory requirements set forth by the CRTC and in so doing show that […]
Bell Media, whose websites include CTV, Discovery Channel, Bravo, CP24 and MTV, was one of the biggest properties in the Canadian online landscape in 2011 according to recent research by comScore.
The company was second only to YouTube (Google Sites) in Canada for total Video Views, third in total time spent viewing video, and was fifth overall among all properties online in Canada, following Google, Microsoft, Facebook and Yahoo!
Bell Media announced this week it would be broadcasting twenty-six World Junior Championship games over the next three weeks, including all Team Canada match-ups, the playoffs, and Bronze and Gold Medal games.
The Junior Championship has done well for TSN in recent years with Team Canada’s heartbreaking loss to Team Russia at last year’s championship delivering an average audience of 6.1 million viewers, making it the most-watched broadcast ever on the digital specialty channel.
Three new High Definition simulcast channels are launching on Bell’s Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) service today.
Animal Planet HD, Investigation Discovery HD and Discovery Science HD which are mirrors of their standard definition (SD) counterparts will roll out on Bell Fibe TV on channels 1525, 1528 and 1523, respectively. The three channels are all owned by Bell Media