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  1. What's On Television?
    Over 650 Hours of Canadian Original Programming 57 series premiering this fall SLICE The Mistress (World Premiere, Canadian Original) AUGUST 27 Ex-Wives of Rock (World Premiere, Canadian Original) AUGUST 29...
  2. What's On Television?
    Over 35 Brand-New Series Premiere This Fall across Shaw Media's 18 Specialty Channels FOOD NETWORK Jamie's Meals In Minutes (North American Broadcast Premiere) AUGUST 29 Sugar High (Canadian Premiere) AUGUST 31 Tough Cookies (Canadian Premiere) AUGUST 31 Crave (Canadian...
  3. Industry News
    Cogeco, the country's fourth largest cable television provider, has announced the addition of seven new high definition (HD) channels to its Ontario line-up. New HD stations include History Television, MovieTime, CBS College Sports Network, TLC, KTLA, WPIX, and WSBK. In addition Cogeco has...
  4. Industry News
    Canwest announced today that it will launch a high definition version of its English language specialty movie channel Movietime on Friday, March 12th. At launch, MovieTime HD will only be available on Rogers digital cable in Ontario but the company hopes to launch with other cable and satellite...
  5. Industry News
    Canwest Broadcasting announced today that History Television HD and MovieTime in standard definition are now available on Rogers Digital Cable. MovieTime SD is available on channel 86 while History Television HD airs on channel 561. According to CanWest, History Television HD airs over 100...
  6. What's On Television?
    The title says it all, Lonestar will offically become MovieTime on October 6, 2008. From Broadcaster Magazine: [/URL] Note that the in a few days it article from the URL probably won't be visible unless you have a subscription to Broadcaster Magazine.
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