Telus TV adds eleven channels to its multicultural line-up

The South Asian community in Western Canada received some good news today when the Asian Television Network (ATN) announced that Telus will be adding eleven ATN channels to its line-up.

With nineteen channels from ATN, Telus Optik TV now has more South Asian Television stations than any service provider in Western Canada with channels in such languages as Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu, and Tamil.

Rogers adds nine South Asian channels to its line up

Rogers Cable has announced the addition of nine South Asian TV Channels to its Ontario digital cable television line-up.

Aimed at Canada’s growing South Asian community, the new channels will enhance Rogers’ already strong offering of foreign and Canadian services in Hindi, Punjabi, Bengali and English.

Cricket World Cup available live on Pay-Per-View

Beginning this Saturday, the Asian Television Network (ATN) will be offering Canadians the ability to watch matches from the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 on Pay-per-view (PPV) television.

The Cricket World Cup is the premier international championship of One Day International (ODI) cricket, organised every four years by the sport’s governing body, the International Cricket Council (ICC). It is the world’s third largest sports event, exceeded only by the FIFA World Cup and the Summer Olympics, and will be televised in over 220 countries to more than 2.2 billion viewers.

ATN to launch second Cricket channel

ATN, a Canadian broadcasting company specializing in Asian television channels for the Canadian market, announced this week it will soon launch a second television channel dedicated to cricket.

‘Cricket Plus’, the broadcasters first channel dedicated to the sport of cricket, launched in Canada in 2007.

Twenty Seven ATN Channels Launch on Fibe TV

Bell Canada last week launched twenty seven Asian Television Network (ATN) channels on its Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) system.

Headquartered in Newmarket Ontario, ATN is a Canadian broadcasting company specializing in Asian television and satellite radio channels for the Canadian market.