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Specialties @ 20: W Network

From Playback magazine: In the final story in our multi-part tribute to Canada’s key specialty channels, we look back on 20 years of W Network. (Hockey Wives pictured.)

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Corus renews Say Yes to the Dress Canada

The first season of the series premiered in January 2015 and featured brand integrations from companies such as John Frieda, Jergens and Michael Hill Jewellers.

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Million Dollar View is money for W Network

Production is underway on the high-end real estate series from Our House Media, the new shingle from former Cineflix execs Simon Lloyd (pictured) and Joe Houlihan.

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Kin Canada signs W Network stars

Maripier Morin (pictured) and Cheryl Torrenueva are set to launch their own channels on the MCN.

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Hockey Wives scores second season

The docu-series from Bristow Global Media was the highest-ranked series on W Network (mid-series) for women aged 25 to 54.

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W Network unveils new home reno show

Masters of Flip, starring Kortney and Dave Wilson, is part of a ongoing strategy to build up Corus’ in-house talent lineup, execs say.

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W targets renovators with Game of Homes push

The W Network is marking the start of its biggest-ever competition series with a national multi-platform push, including large-format outdoor.

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W Net readies digital companion to Game of Homes

Five webisodes of Cameron’s House Rules will roll out on various W Network digital properties the same day Game of Homes bows on the channel.

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FremantleMedia sells Who Lives Here? into Sweden

Swedish broadcaster SVT is set to launch a new series this April based on the 3Bird Media format.

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Cineflix Rights sells Property Brothers into the U.K. market

The Cineflix Productions series was sold to over 100 countries prior to this latest deal, including Australia, Italy, France and China.