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Revenue across segments up at Quebecor

The telecom and media company reported a 7.5% increase in year-over-year revenue, posting $3.88 billion in 2015.

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CRTC requests group-licence renewal applications

The regulator has asked Rogers, Bell, Shaw, Quebecor and other ownership groups to submit their licence renewal applications by April 4.

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La Voix adds a new tune

La Voix Junior will debut this fall with Charles Lafortune (pictured) as host and a new production company behind it.

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Media, overall revenues up at Quebecor

Revenues for Quebecor’s media segment were up 21.3% to $226.5 million, with overall Quebecor revenues also increasing 9.5% to $971.7 million.

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Productions J ceases TV operations

Julie Snyder’s production company, which handles La Voix and Star Academie, is getting out of the TV game following a dispute with the government over tax credits.

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Quebecor sees fourth quarter loss, despite higher revenues

The Quebec media giant posted a net loss of $59.5 million, compared to a profit of $300,000 in Q4 2013.

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Quebec court orders Bell to pay $137M to Videotron, TVA

Satellite TV service Bell ExpressVu, a subsidiary of Bell, must pay compensation for failing to effectively fight piracy of its signals between 1999 and 2005, the Quebec Court of Appeal ruled.

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Telecom up at Quebecor, while media business dips

The company posts a profit as its telecommunications business grows 3% in Q3.

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Ease regulations or risk failure: Quebecor to CRTC

Quebecor CEO Pierre Dion (pictured) argued for a less-regulated Canadian broadcast system that can more nimbly compete with new foreign players.

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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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Publicis acquires Nurun

The holding company picked up the agency from Quebecor for $125 million.

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Brian Mulroney next chairman of Quebecor (report)

Media reports peg the former PM as the media company’s next chairman following Pierre Karl Peladeau’s exit into politics.