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Bell offers up new solution, asks CRTC to reverse simsub ban

Accompanying the application was a Bell Media-commissioned report arguing the decision has already cost the Canadian economy an estimated $158 million.

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Bell given the go-ahead to appeal simsub ruling

The Federal Court of Appeal has granted Bell the right to challenge the CRTC’s ruling, but with a significant caveat.

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Paul Lewis lands at Great Pacific Media

The former Discovery Canada exec becomes president at the West Coast factual producer.

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Mobile TV fee dispute brews between Bell, Rogers

City has been dropped from Bell’s Mobile TV service and Sportsnet access reduced as the two companies fail to agree on rates.

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Kevin Crull leaving Bell Media

The president is departing, effective immediately, following a dispute over editorial coverage.

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BCE loses appeals court bid to retain mobile TV pricing

The Federal Court of Appeal in a March 23 decision said “Bell has not established that it will suffer irreparable harm” if the mobile TV service is banned until the case is heard.

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Bell to appeal CRTC ruling on mobile TV app

The phone giant is turning to the federal court of appeal to reverse a Jan. 29 ruling by the regulator to uphold net neutrality.

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TV viewing increases across platforms: CRTC

The regulator has released its annual broadcast report, with numbers pointing to more Canadians consuming content across multiple screens.

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Let’s Talk TV: Set-top box measurement

Should Canada have a standard measurement system that includes set-top box numbers? A look at how BDUs are positioning their arguments ahead of this fall’s CRTC hearing.

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Who’s up when: Let’s Talk TV

In the first of a series on the CRTC’s Let’s Talk TV, an overview of the hearings this fall and key arguments to be presented.

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Bell, Rogers to shutter Viewer’s Choice

Viewers Choice Canada (VCC) co-owners Bell and Rogers are shutting down the pay-per-view (PPV) service this fall.

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Bell, Rogers, Shaw stake positions on pick-and-pay

Ahead of this fall’s Let’s Talk TV hearings, the distributors publicly release their positions on the pick-and-pay debate, advocating for different models of flexible channel choice.