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  1. Internet Television: Streaming (Netflix/Apple TV)
    We are debating going without a regular cable provider but currently have Crave through Telus which provides us all the TV shows we normally watch. If we cancel Telus and just get Crave directly through them, what TV channels would it encompass? Ex. I know it has HBO but we watch a lot of...
  2. Shaw Communications
    Is it possible to have TV via Telus and Internet via Shaw? We are moving into a new condo that has copper wiring which Telus says causes us to have to downgrade our service. Right now we have Optic Fiber - Telus 300 - and the tech said that we'd have to change to Optic but our internet speed...
  3. Home Theatre Corner
    Alright i'm not sure if this is the right forum for this if it isn't sorry in advance. I'm really not very tech savvy especially when it comes to the TV I have some gaming consoles one being the PS4 Pro but I have an old flat screen it's from around 2008 it's an Insignia I want to buy a good...
  4. Industry News
    Want Netflix, YouTube and other Internet content on your TV? Buy one of these. Watching content from the Internet on your TV is a great way to go. With a wide selection and the world at your fingertips, it’s an obvious choice. To get it all to work though, the majority of us are still...
  5. Industry News
    From old medical and legal favorites to new titles full of zombies and the devil, there's choice. Canadians watch a lot of TV. On average, we take in more than 4 hours a day. What are we viewing? Bell Canada states that CTV was the country’s most-watched network in 2016-2017 , for the 16 th...
  6. Industry News
    Satellite TV can give you the choice you want at a reasonable price. Ontario: it’s the land of Niagara Falls, beaches on the Great Lakes, high-priced cell phone contracts and lots of TV. And when it comes to your viewing pleasure, we all know it’s about having choice. You’re not going to watch...
  7. Industry News
    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...
  8. Industry News
    This Tuesday, Bell announced a change to their Fibe TV service. Beginning in 2017, the company says Fibe TV customers will no longer be required to also sign up for Fibe Internet service in order to access their Fibe TV service. "As we align our next-generation IPTV technologies, we're...
  9. What's On In Sports?
    Any idea if we can watch this? In the US, 4-5 games are on Fox, but most games are on FS1. According to wikipedia, Univision Canada has the Spanish rights, but nothing about English (or French for that matter). Will we be shut out of this.
  10. Industry News
    A new statement released by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) indicates that the newly mandated basic TV package is proving to be somewhat successful in Canada. More than 66,000 Canadians have now signed up for a basic TV package, popularly known as a...
  11. Industry News
    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...
  12. Industry News
    The CRTC yesterday commenced hearings to determine the future of television in Canada. The broadcast regulator will be hearing proposals from companies and individuals; the outcome of these hearings could heavily alter the way television content is delivered to Canadians. CRTC chairman...
  13. Industry News
    by Christina Peden The general public has a chance to test out the Oculus Rift at the Game of Thrones exhibition currently taking place at Toronto’s TIFF Bell Lightbox. Visitors to the exhibit can take part in an immersive virtual reality experience called “Ascend the Wall” while wearing...
  14. Rogers Cable TV: HD PVR Discussion
    Edit by 57: A summary of items discussed in this thread is in the link below: Cisco 9865 (NextBox 3.0) Summary List - The Good, The Bad and The Huh? - Canadian TV, Computing and Home Theatre Forums Other useful Links in the following Post: New 8 tuner PVR... NextBox 3.0 Discussions (Cisco...
  15. Industry News
    BCE Inc plans to acquire Astral Media in a $50-a-share cash-and-stock deal putting the price tag at $3.38 billion. The acquisition, announced on March 16th, will strengthen BCE's telecommunications assets in Quebec and drastically improve its competitive position against other rivals, notably...
  16. Industry News
    Shaw Media said it has formed an exclusive partnership with GetGlue, a leading social networking platform for entertainment in North America. Canadians will now be able to "check-in" to their favourite TV shows, including the season premiere of Top Chef Canada on Monday March 12 th at 10 PM...
  17. Industry News
    Ok granted it is not at the same speed as fibre but with VDSL having 30 Mbps download is still not bad across TP copper and with the new technologies in development achieving 100 Mbps on the same copper is fantastic and should cover the needs of most homeowners for a very long time. Is Bell...
  18. Industry News
    In February of this year, the CRTC launched a public consultation on the issue of loud television commercials. At the time, Chairman of the CRTC Konrad von Finckenstein said that television “Viewers should not have to adjust the volume at every commercial break, and we will work with the...
  19. Industry News
    In regulatory policy handed down today, the CRTC has set out new rules which it claims will reduce the hassle Canadians face when trying to switching to a new telephone or television provider. Under the new measures, a customer’s new telephone or television provider will be able to cancel...
  20. Industry News
    New findings from the latest edition of Nielsen's Television Audience Report The average American home now has 2.93 TV sets per household, up from 2.86 sets per home in 2009, the largest year-over-year increase since 2006. That number is roughly 19% higher than in 2000, when there was 2.43 sets...
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