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CTV, CTV Two pulled from VMedia TV as Bell dispute continues

The Toronto internet and IPTV provider removed the channels from its streaming service ahead of next month’s court hearing.

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The Bell/VMedia kerfuffle explained

We break down why the cable co took the internet provider to court, and what it might mean for providers going forward.

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Shomi to cease operations in November

The Shaw/Rogers-owned streamer is closing due to the changing online video marketplace and business climate, according to the company.

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DHX, Amazon sign licensing deal for more than 36 series

Amazon Prime Video in the U.K. and Germany has licensed dozens of DHX titles including Teletubbies and Looped (pictured).

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City now available on Apple TV

The new app will include all of City’s primetime shows on demand in HD.

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eOne, FBE, Keller/Noll partner for TV content

The trio will develop a slate of TV formats that will be incubated within the YouTube-famous Fine Brother’s digital network. (Pictured: eOne’s Tara Long.)

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TIFF ’16: CraveTV nabs Rolling Stones doc

The Bell Media-owned streamer has acquired first-window rights in Canada to The Rolling Stones Ole Ole Ole!: A Trip Across Latin America.

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Do Canadians know if they’re watching online TV?

MTM has amended its viewership stats after finding that not all respondents thought OTT services counted as online TV watching.

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How Atomic Cartoons caught the Beatle-mania bug

Canada/Australia coproduction Beat Bugs is the largest project ever undertaken by the subsidiary of Vancouver’s Thunderbird.

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Ameba TV expands to Amazon Prime

The Canadian video-streaming service will make its entire catalogue available to Amazon Prime users through Amazon’s Streaming Partners Program.

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Breakthrough to produce docuseries for Reelz

The deal for the six-part series was led by the company’s head of alternative content U.S.A, Beth Fraikorn (pictured).

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Letterkenny season three is a go at CraveTV

Production on the third season is set to begin in Sudbury next year.