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CRTC unveils three-year plan after Let’s Talk TV decisions

By 2017-18, the CRTC plans to be monitoring whether unbunded cable TV packages being offered to consumers are “reasonably priced.”

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Canadian cord-cutting gathers pace: report

A Convergence Consulting Group report says 2014 saw an estimated 95,000 Canadians abandon their traditional TV subscriptions, up from 13,000 subscribers in 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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Shaw posts earnings drop

The cable giant saw lost video subscriptions and lower TV revenues in a soft ad market, while adding internet customers.

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Shaw Communications slows cable TV subscriber losses

Despite slowing the loss of cable subscribers by half and adding internet customers, the cableco still posted lower third-quarter earnings this week.

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CRTC: Canadian TV back in the pink

The CRTC, in its latest industry survey, reports happy days are here again for Canadian broadcasters after ad revenue fell off a cliff during the recession.