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Cogeco, the country’s fourth largest cable television operator, has announced that it will drop HDNet from its high definition (HD) television line-up at the end of this month.
Cogeco, the nation’s fourth largest cable provider, today announced its financial results for the fourth quarter and fiscal year ending August 31, 2011.
The company reported consolidated revenue of $375.4 million during the final quarter of the year, up 12.5% over the same period in 2010. Revenues for the entire 2011 fiscal year were $1.44 billion, up 9.2% from 2010.
Cogeco Cable has announced the addition of TVA Sports to its digital cable line-up in Quebec starting on Friday, October 14th.
Launched last month, the new French-language sports channel from Quebecor Media is being positioned as the first major competitor to Bell Media’s RDS, the only other general-interest French language sports channel in the country.
Cogeco Cable, Canada’s fourth largest cable operator, announced this week that is has revamped its internet offerings in Ontario and Quebec.
On the positive side, the changes include increased download speeds and bandwidth caps. On the downside are higher prices. Digital Home readers have been reporting price increases of $2 to $4 for the Standard package, now called Turbo 14.
Less than six months after it increased the price of its digital cable and telephone packages, Cogeco has announced it will increase the price of its internet service at the beginning of October.
The price increase varies by customer – depending on what level of internet service they subscribe to and what other digital services they have bundled with their internet service – however, Digital Home readers have been reporting increases of as much as $4 per month.
Cogeco, the nation’s fourth largest cable provider, today announced its financial results for the third quarter of its 2011 fiscal year which ended May 31, 2011.
While revenue and operating income showed strong growth, Cogeco reported a third quarter loss of $56.7 million after it was forced to take a $225.9 million loss on its investment in Cabovisão, a Portuguese cable operator