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Phil Lind on mega-deals, disruption, working alongside Ted Rogers

Playback chats with Lind about his recently released memoir, Right Hand Man, which documents his four decades working with the legendary Canadian businessman and philanthropist.

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Rogers posts increased revenues, profits in Q3

Growth in the company’s wireless and cable businesses cancelled out losses on the media side.

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In brief: Helga Stephenson honoured; Rogers goes with Comcast

The former CEO of the ACCT has been appointed to the Order of Ontario, Rogers ends its in-house IPTV plans, plus more news.

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Guy Laurence steps down at Rogers

Former Telus president and CEO Joseph Natale will move into the top role at the company.

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BDUs defend skinny basic implementation in CRTC hearing

Videotron, Rogers, Shaw and BCE’s introduction of basic channel packages and flexible pricing options went under the microscope in Gatineau, QC.

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Soft ad revenues continue to impact Rogers Media

Revenues for conventional TV, publishing and radio declined, while sports-related revenue climbed.

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Broadcasting Accessibility Fund distributes $724K

Seven projects that aim to advance accessibility of broadcast content were awarded grants through the fund.

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Soft ad market hits Rogers’ bottom line

The company’s Q4 results were impacted by the media department, largely on account of drops in advertising revenue.

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Canadian media stocks take hit as int’l markets slide

The big four – BCE, Shaw, Rogers and Corus – posted sharp declines Monday morning.

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NHL deal contributes to Rogers Media Q2 revenue increase

While overall profits dipped, the company’s media division saw revenue growth related to NHL, Sportsnet, the Jays and Next Issue Canada.

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Rogers Communications sees Q1 earnings fall

The media giant said more cable TV and phone subscribers are headed to the exits due to the CRTC’s new contract cancellation notification policy.

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TheScore posts Q2 loss but sees revenue up sharply

The loss takes into account a $1.7 million one-time charge for the company’s Q2, alongside advertising revenue up 78% year-over-year.