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  1. Rogers Going After MLB Network Channel in Canada

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    Canadian baseball fans could possibly be watching the MLB Network baseball channel starting next April, if Rogers gets its way. The owners of the Toronto Blue Jays have already filled out the application to the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) to bring the...
  2. Sportsnet inks three year deal with Vancouver Whitecaps FC

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    Rogers Sportsnet has inked a three-year agreement with Vancouver Whitecaps FC that will see the specialty station broadcast twenty-one regular season matches this season and twenty four games in 2012 and 2013. For this years campaign, Rogers Sportsnet Pacific and Rogers Sportsnet One will...
  3. Rogers gets approval for seven new Specialty TV channels

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    In a series of broadcasting decisions handed down over the last week, the CRTC has approved applications by Rogers Broadcasting for seven new national English language category 2 specialty channels. Category 2 channels are stations licensed by the CRTC to broadcast within defined formats but...
  4. Weekend News on CityTV Toronto returns in March

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    Rogers Broadcasting announced this week the return of CityNews on weekends in Toronto. The show along with CityNews at Noon, CityOnline and CityNews at Five was cancelled by Rogers in early 2010. Rogers said the cancellation was due to "shifting viewer patterns coupled with the overall state of...
  5. CRTC approves CKVU Digital TV station in Vancouver

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    In Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2010-108 issued today, the CRTC has approved an application by Rogers Broadcasting Limited to operate a transitional digital television station associated with CKVU-TV Vancouver. In its application, Rogers has proposed to simulcast the programming aired on CKVU-TV...