BCE’s CraveTV will be making their streaming TV service available to all Internet users in Canada at the beginning of 2016.
Bell announced yesterday that begining January 1st, 2016, its CraveTV streaming service will be available to all Canadians across the country. Currently, CraveTV is only available to subscribers of cable TV service with providers such as Bell, Eastlink, SaskTel and Telus. Launched as a competitor to Rogers-Shaw streaming collaboration Shomi (itself positioned as a Netflix […]
Bell today announced the launch of the Fibe TV app, a new way for subscribers to use the service. Available for iOS and Android, the app will allow Fibe TV users to access hundreds of channels and over 7,000 hour of on-demand programming via their smartphone or tablet. With the tap of a button, users can […]
Canada’s latest streaming service is now available — for some Canadians at least. As previously revealed, CraveTV made its debut yesterday for Bell Fibe TV and Bell Aliant FibreOP TV subscribers. Bell TV subscribers who have The Movie Network included in their cable packages receive automatic access to CraveTV at no additional cost. If you’re […]
At a press conference yesterday, President of Bell Media, Kevin Krull, announced the December 11th launch date of CraveTV, the telecomm giant’s new subscription TV streaming service. Originally codenamed “Project Latte” when it was announced in October, the monthly cost of CraveTV clocks in at just $4 per month. But, there’s a catch — you […]
The online streaming scene in Canada just got a little more crowded as Bell announced the launch of its new streaming service, currently code-named “Project Latte.” The announcement comes as Rogers and Shaw are next week set to launch their own joint streaming venture known as Shomi. The unlikely collaborators are positioning Shomi as a […]
by Christina Peden The competition for your streaming dollars just got a little stiffer today. shomi, the Rogers-Shaw joint venture into subscription video-on-demand, announced that they have reached a deal with Twentieth Century Fox to secure the programming rights to past seasons of FX, FXX and Fox original series. These include the likes of Sons […]
by Christina Peden Bell is still on top when it comes to ISP speeds, but Rogers is certainly gaining on them, at least according Netflix Canada’s monthly ISP rankings. Bell`s fiber optic service offers speeds of 3.29 Mbps. The rankings, which were released earlier this week, also show Telus in dead last amongst Canada’s major […]