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  1. Industry News
    Shomi, the Rogers/Shaw TV streaming service might be saying good-bye to Canadians in less than a month, but Fibe TV is now available on Apple TV.   A recent report put out by BCE Inc. has revealed that the telecom giant’s popular CraveTV has now topped 1 million subscribers and continues to...
  2. Industry News
    shomihas announced that its streaming service will be shutting down operations as of November 30, 2016. The online tv show and movie service owned jointly by Rogers Communications Inc. and Shaw Communications Inc. has Rogers posting losses of approximately $100-140 million, and Shaw, $108...
  3. Industry News
    In the next few days, shomi is bringing new content to viewers, through its subscription video on demand service jointly owned by Rogers Communications and Shaw Communications. On Thursday, September 22 nd season 3 of Empirebrings the Lyons back to viewers in content that streams only on...
  4. Industry News
    September brings a new season of shows to viewers in Canada, including returning series and new entertainment. Here is a listing of shows coming to viewers this fall on Shomi Netflix and CraveTV: Show returning this fall, include Modern Family, The Blacklist, The Last Man on Earth, and New...
  5. Industry News
    In July, shomi congratulated 19 series streaming exclusively on their service that have earned a combined 49 nominations for the 2016 Emmy Award. Nominated shows include The Americans and Mr. Robot, and previously-crowned comedies Modern Family and Transparent. Looking forward to August, the...
  6. Industry News
    Shomi, Rogers'/Shaw's subscription video on demand service already has more than 11,000 hours worth of television programs available for viewers in its library. 8 more titles are now coming to viewers this June, just in time for summertime enjoyment. Humans, described by critic John Doyle of...
  7. Industry News
    Canadians will soon be able to watch shomi content on Xbox One . According to shomi, on Tuesday, May 3, members can start thinking “inside the box” when the subscription video on demand service launches on Xbox One. Shomi members will be able to use the Xbox Live network on Xbox One to watch...
  8. Industry News
    Crave TV , Bell Media’s pay television video on demand service is now available to all Canadians with Internet service. It’s a low-cost deal coming in at $7.99 a month to subscribe, with a one month free trial currently available for new users. TV customers that already have service with Bell...
  9. Internet Television: Streaming (Netflix/Apple TV)
    Please use this thread to discuss the shomi streaming service, which is now available to all Canadians. The previous thread in the TV Providers forum discussing the initial "beta" launch to Rogers and Shaw customers is now closed to new comments, but is still available for viewing...
  10. Industry News
    Rogers has announced that it is launching 4K ready gigabit internet speeds, a new 4K set top box, Rogers 4K TV and the world's largest commitment to live broadcasting in 4K with HDR. Exciting news for customers yearning for great entertainment. According to Rogers President and CEO, Guy...
  11. Industry News
    BCE’s CraveTV has announced that it will be making the Internet-streaming TV service available to all Internet users in Canada at the beginning of 2016. BCE’s Chief Executive Officer, George Cope, said the company's streaming service will expand its base of household targets from 3.5 million to...
  12. Industry News
    Well, it’s official – Shomi, Rogers and Shaw’s joint venture streaming service, will soon be available across the country. Shomi was first launched in November in beta form for Rogers and Shaw internet and cable customers. "The beta has been a huge success and we're excited to now bring it...
  13. Industry News
    Rogers and Shaw are today launching their much-talked-about joint venture subscription video streaming service, Shomi. Currently, Shomi is only available in a beta trial to Rogers and Shaw internet or cable customers. It will be widely released to the Canadian general public at a later date...
  14. Industry News
    More and more Canadians are moving away from traditional cable TV subscriptions, according to a new report. Rogers and Shaw both released their quarterly earnings reports last week, and the news is pretty grim: between the two of them, they’ve shed almost 200,000 cable subscribers in the past...
  15. Industry News
    by Christina Peden The competition for your streaming dollars just got a little stiffer today. shomi, the Rogers-Shaw joint venture into subscription video-on-demand, announced that they have reached a deal with Twentieth Century Fox to secure the programming rights to past seasons of FX...
  16. Industry News
    by Christina Peden Rogers and Shaw announced a new joint venture this week in a bid to compete with popular streaming service Netflix. Shomi, a new video-on-demand service, is set to launch Canada-wide in the first week of November with a subscription price of $8.99, putting it in line...
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