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  1. Industry News
    In financial results released today, Telus announced that as of December 31, 2010, the company had over 314,000 television subscribers in Western Canada. That number is up 85% from 170,000 at the end of 2009. Telus offers two types of television service in Western Canada. The first is a...
  2. Industry News
    The average Bell television customer spent $74.79 a month on television services in the fourth quarter of 2010, up 5.2% from $71.12 in the same quarter of 2009 according to figures from Bell's recent financial statements. By the end of the October to December period, the company had 2,020,098...
  3. Bell Fibe TV
    In financial statements today Bell said the number of Fibe ready households reached approximately 2 million in 2010. The company expects that number to rise to 4 million by the end of 2011.
  4. Industry News
    Telus this week announced that its Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) service, called Optik TV, is now available in Prince George, British Columbia. The company's IPTV offerings are similar to digital cable or satellite television except that TV signals are distributed to viewers using a high...
  5. Industry News
    Bell Canada announced today that Fibe TV customers in Toronto and Montreal will now have access to CTV programming on Fibe’s Video On demand service. The Internet Protocol Television Service (IPTV) says it will offer virtually all of CTV's primetime programming at no extra charge on channel...
  6. Industry News
    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...
  7. Industry News
    Telus announced today that Rogers Sportsnet One will be launching on its IPTV television service on September 22nd. The station will not be carried at this time on Telus satellite tv. The announcement comes just one day after Shaw Cable and Shaw Direct said they would be carrying the channel...
  8. Industry News
    Four high definition channels from High Fidelity HDTV are now available on optik TV, Telus' Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) service in B.C. and Alberta. The new channels, which can be found on channel on 643 through 646, are Oasis HD, Treasure HD, RadX and Treasure HD. Oasis HD is a...
  9. Bell Fibe TV
    Today we have the Fibe TV blog for news and information about Fibe TV. The site is designed to provide readers with news and information about Fibe TV and add stories and news about other IPTV providers like MTS TV, Telus TV, and Sasktel TV. Send stories or posts to fibetv at digitalhome.ca...
  10. Industry News
    MTS TV, Canada's largest Internet Protocol television (IPTV) service provider, has announced the addition of two new services which allow Ultimate TV subscribers the ability to watch multiple channels simultaneously. Ultimate Picks lets television viewers watch up to six channels from a...
  11. Industry News
    Bell Aliant today announced that it has begun the launch of its fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) network in the Greater Moncton Area. FTTH connectivity is notable because it allows telecommunications providers to offer numerous services such as high definition television along with very fast internet...
  12. Industry News
    MTS TV, Canada's largest Internet Protocol television (IPTV) service provider, has announced the addition of seven new multicultural channels to its lineup. New channels are available to both Classic TV and Ultimate TV subscribers and include Sony Entertainment Television Asia, TV Polonia, TLN...
  13. Industry News
    Last month, at the Canadian Club in Toronto, George Cope President and CEO at Bell announced the official launch of Bell`s Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) service, called FibeTV, would occur in Toronto and Montreal this summer. Ahead of the official launch in coming weeks, Bell has now...
  14. Industry News
    Telus today announced that its Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) service in B.C. and Alberta, previously known as Telus TV, will now be known as Optik TV. The company's IPTV offerings are similar to digital cable or satellite television except that tv signals are distributed to viewers using...
  15. Industry News
    In early February, Bell announced a number of new fibre initiatives including the deployment of Fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) in Québec City and the introduction of Bell IPTV service in 2010. This week in a speech at the Canadian Club in Toronto, George Cope President and CEO at Bell confirmed the...
  16. Industry News
    In financial results released today, Telus announced that as of March 31st, the company had over 200,000 television subscribers in Western Canada. That number is up over 100% from less than 100,000 at the same time in 2009. Telus offers two types of television service in Western Canada. The...
  17. Industry News
    MTS TV, Canada's largest Internet Protocol television (IPTV) service provider, today announced it had launched a new feature called TV call display. The service gives customers the ability to see the name and number of all incoming phone calls on their television screen. In addition to...
  18. MTS
    MTS announced this week that it will deploy an advanced Fibre to the Home (FTTH) network in the City of Selkirk Manitoba and an adjoining portion of the rural Municipalities of St. Andrews and St. Clements, north of Winnipeg. The project is expected to begin later this year and will take...
  19. Industry News
    Winnipeg based MTS announced this week that it will deploy an advanced Fibre to the Home (FTTH) network in the City of Selkirk Manitoba and an adjoining portion of the rural Municipalities of St. Andrews and St. Clements, north of Winnipeg. The project is expected to begin later this year and...
  20. Bell Fibe TV
    Hey... I received an email from Bell yesterday that they are upgrading the Video On Demand service. VOD will be unavailable March 22,23 during the upgrade. I have never used it as Apple TV has much more HD selection and is $2-3 cheaper for new movies (depending on new release or library)...
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