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  1. Industry News
    You forgot to mention that Shaw is now abusing it's power as a large mega conglormorate and is performing simsubs of American networks in areas it normally should not with Global because of its purchase of Canwest Global.
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    Rogers Communications Inc. today announced its consolidated financial and operating results for the company’s fiscal first quarter ended March 31, 2011. For the January to March 2011 quarter, Rogers reported overall operating revenues of just under $3 billion, up 4 percent from the same period...
  3. Industry News
    Cogeco, the nation's fourth largest cable provider, today announced its financial results for the second quarter of its 2011 fiscal year which ended February 28, 2011. Cogeco reported overall revenue for the quarter increased by 6.6% from the same period a year earlier to $350.6 million while...
  4. Industry News
    Videotron, Quebec's largest cable company, recently announced it had logged its seventh consecutive year of subscriber growth in 2010 with gains in every area of its business including cable, digital phone, internet services and wireless. By the end of 2010, Videotron had 1,811,600 subscribers...
  5. Industry News
    It has now been six years since cable telephony first launched in this country and the number of Canadians receiving cable telephone service from Canada's big four cable companies - Rogers, Shaw, Vidéotron and Cogeco - is now over 3.6 million subscribers. By comparison, Canada’s traditional...
  6. Industry News
    Rogers Cable began notifying customers this week that they can expect rate increases for their cable, high speed internet and home phone service beginning March 1st. The biggest increases are in cable television where basic cable is set to shoot up 3.2% to $32.49 a month while VIP Digital Cable...
  7. Internet, Landline and Wireless Phone
    It has now been over five years since cable telephony first launched in this country and the number of Canadians receiving cable telephone service from Canada's big four cable companies - Rogers, Shaw, Vidéotron and Cogeco - now tops 3.5 million. Using numbers published in the respective...
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    It has now been over five years since cable telephony first launched in this country and the number of Canadians receiving cable telephone service from Canada's big four cable companies - Rogers, Shaw, Vidéotron and Cogeco - now tops 3.5 million. Using numbers published in the respective...
  9. Industry News
    In financial results released today, Shaw Communications announced that it now has over one million customers subscribing to its digital phone service. As of May 31, 2010, Shaw had 1,044,410 landline telephone customers, up 45.1% from 719,376 a year earlier. The percentage of Shaw Basic cable...
  10. Internet, Landline and Wireless Phone
    Financial results released by Cogeco today reveal the company had 302,249 Digital telephone subscribers at the end of November 2009. That number was up 63,747 or 27% over the last twelve months and up 20,641 customers in the lastest fiscal quarter. Of the over 300,000 Cogeco telephone customers...
  11. Industry News
    Financial results released by Cogeco today reveal the company had 302,249 Digital telephone subscribers at the end of November 2009. That number was up 63,747 or 27% over the last twelve months and up 20,641 customers in the lastest fiscal quarter. The company, which delivers cable...
  12. Industry News
    On November 25th, Videotron became the first cable company in Canada to reach one million cable telephone customers. The company reached the milestone just under five years after it entered the landline telephone market. The next cable company to reach one million subscribers is likely to be...
  13. Industry News
    Despite profits of over $3.3 billion in the first nine months of 2009, Rogers Communications yesterday fired nine hundred of employees across Canada, mostly in executive and management positions. The company says the firings were an effort to streamline operations to contend stay competitive...
  14. Industry News
    Cogeco Cable announced today the company had expanded its digital phone (VoIP) offerings. The company, which now has over 280,000 phone customers, is now offering three packages to its cable customers: Basic Line, Select and Freedom Package. At $19.99 per month, Basic line offers unlimited...
  15. Industry News
    It has now been over four years since cable telephony first launched in this country and the number of Canadians receiving cable telephone service from Canada's big four cable companies - Rogers, Shaw, Vidéotron and Cogeco - is quickly closing in on three million subscribers. Using numbers...
  16. Industry News
    Cogeco, the nation's fourth largest cable provider, today announced its financial results for the fourth quarter and 2009 fiscal year which ended August 31, 2009. Despite the severe recession Canadians find themselves in, Cogeco said overall revenue for the fourth quarter increased by 8% from...
  17. Industry News
    Rogers today formally announced the roll-out of TV Call Display, a new service that allows incoming calls to be immediately displayed and managed on a customer's TV screen. The service will be offered at no additional charge to Rogers customers in Ontario who subscribe to the cable giants...
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