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    There's no price tag attached yet and we're not sure what you'll be able to see, but it's coming. Streaming TV content, while still limited in Canada, keeps on growing thankfully. Last week CBS announced that CBS All Access is going to be made available here in early 2018. Before you get out...
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    Eastlink, Canada's largest family owned and operated telecommunications company, added a new service for customers this month. Eastlink Stream allows viewers to stream live TV, along with prime time shows and movies on demand on mobile devices. The service is an app that is available for use on...
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    Like watching American Horror Story, or Grey’s Anatomy on Netflix? Live in Canada? Bad news. Soon, you will no longer be able to hack into the US version of the entertainment streaming service, according to Netflix. 680News.com states that as many as one-third of Canadian Netflix...
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    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...
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    Want to stream more entertainment? Today, Amazon Video announced the launch of its Streaming Partners Program to Prime customers and video providers. The Streaming Partners Program is a streaming subscription program for video providers that enables companies to reach tens of millions of Prime...
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    Today Samsung Canada and Bell partnered together to launch Galaxy View, a smartscreen that enables portable TV and video entertainment anywhere in the home. As Samsung says it’s “designed to turn every room into a TV room”. The Galaxy View comes with an 18.4 inch Full HD touchscreen display...
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    The all-new Apple TV is now available in Canada. Unlike the old version, the new TV streaming service features an iPhone-like app store that lets you choose your own streaming service, with the ability to customize the service with your favourites. It remains unclear whether viewers will be...
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    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...
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    Canada's TV subscription on-demand video streaming service, CraveTV, is now available on Apple TV. According to Mike Cosentino Senior Vice-President Programming, CTV Networks and CraveTV, the Bell Media service  “…delivers hit programs not found on any other streaming service." Offering all...
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    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...
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    Rogers Communications has released a new iPad application in Beta which enables its digital cable and high speed internet customers to stream live TV to their iPads while at home. The Rogers Live TV app can be used by Rogers High Speed Internet and Digital Cable customers in Ontario with a My...
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