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Deals: CraveTV, Remstar, Mongrel, Netflix

Schitt’s Creek (pictured) is now streaming on Netflix Canada, and more deals of the week.

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It’s Showtime for Bell Media

Bell Media’s Phil King and Showtime president David Nevins unpack the partnership at a media event Tuesday.

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Four more carriers pick up CraveTV

Bell Media’s authenticated VOD service expands its partner roster.

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Unbundling: The CRTC’s expected ruling and industry impact

The appeal of unraveling the pay TV bundle for consumers is clear: you pay less for what you want, and you’re done. For the industry, cable unbundling will not be that easy, or cheap, to offer.

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CMPA, WGC react to Let’s Talk

The producers association calls Thursday’s decisions regarding Canadian content “patently unfair” to indie producers while the WGC renews its call for a so-called “Netflix tax.”

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CraveTV commissions Letterkenny as first Canadian series

The Jared Keeso-starring comedy is a partnership between the Bell Media streamer and The Comedy Network.

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CraveTV to launch on four new carriers

Access Communications is among the carriers set to add the homegrown streamer in the coming weeks.

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Bell Media, 20th Century Fox strike CraveTV content deal

The deal will see the first two seasons of Homeland added to the service, as well as a raft of dramas.

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BCE posts higher fourth quarter earnings

The Bell Media division saw revenues fall due to higher sport rights costs and content investment in newly launched CraveTV (pictured).

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Bell Media inks Showtime deal

The agreement between Bell Media and CBS will bring Showtime content to CraveTV and a branded programming block on TMN (Showtime series The Affair pictured).

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Mike Cosentino on CraveTV’s acquisitions, originals strategy

“We didn’t want to be diluted right off the bat, we want to have a singular focus on television – so no kids, no theatricals,” says the Bell Media SVP of programming on future CraveTV originals. (From Stream Daily.)

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Why the TV focus for CraveTV?

Bell Media execs on why the new streamer is focusing solely on TV content, unlike its competitors Netflix Canada and the Rogers/Shaw joint venture shomi.