Rogers Media today launch CityNews Channel, a 24/7 English language news station, on its Rogers Digital Cable service.
Programming for the station will consist primarily of of simulcasts from other CityTV stations along with live audio from Rogers 680News.
Rogers Communications Inc. announced today its Long Term Evolution (LTE) wireless network service is now live Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver. The company had previously launched its LTE network launched in Ottawa on July 7th.
In a press release this week, The Telecommunications Alliance annnounced two new area codes will be introduced in the Greater Toronto Area in 2013. Sharp eyed readers asked Digital Home if these were new announcements or simply a rehash of earlier announcements.
Talk Radio AM640 and Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment have announced that Dan Dunleavy will join the station’s Maple Leaf broadcast team effective Monday, September 19, 2011.
Dunleavy will share play-by-play duties with Joe Bowen, host all pre-game shows when the Maple Leafs are on home ice, as well as guest host on Leafs Breakfast.
Public Mobile, providers of low cost wireless service in Toronto and Montreal today announced it has expanded its roaming coverage across Canada claiming it now includes 93% of Canadians.
The firm says the biggest expansion in roaming coverage is in Eastern Canada with the company now offering complete roaming coverage of the Quebec City to Windsor, Ontario corridor.
Rogers Media this week announced it will launch CityNews Channel, a 24/7 English language news station, on Rogers Cable channel number one on October 3rd.
Much of the programming on CityNews Channel will be simulcasts of other CityTV shows. The channel will simulcast City TV’s Breakfast Television, CityNews, CityNews at Five, CityNews at Six, and CityNews Tonight.
Rogers Communications Inc. has announced that its commercial Long Term Evolution (LTE) wireless network in Toronto was now operational. Toronto is the second market where Rogers has lit up LTE. Vancouver and Montreal are expected to come on board later this fall.
The future promise of LTE technology for Rogers is better network performance, better support for data services demanded by todays smartphones, and most importantly for Rogers lower costs in maintaining the network.
Mobilicity today announced a distribution agreement with Walmart Canada which would see the firm`s wireless phones and airtime bundles sold in approximately 50 Walmart stores across Toronto, Ottawa, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver.
Today’s announcement complements Mobilicity’s existing retail distribution channel and Mobilicity stores across the five markets in which it operates.