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    Vice expands HBO deal and ventures into daily newscast

    Reuters – 7:05 PM ET 03/26/2015

    Vice Media, known for its coverage of current affairs for the Millennial generation, will expand its partnership with Time Warner Inc's (TWX) premium cable network HBO (TWX) to include daily newscasts and more weekly series and specials, the network said on Thursday.

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    Vice Media expands HBO partnership with daily news, weekly series

    Reuters – 2:21 PM ET 03/26/2015

    Vice Media, known for its coverage of current affairs for the Millennial generation, will expand its partnership with Time Warner Inc's (TWX) premium cable network HBO (TWX) to include daily newscasts and more weekly series and specials, the network said on Thursday.

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    Rogers Communications 1Q15 Investment Community Teleconference Set For April 20, 2015

    PR Newswire – 5:28 PM ET 03/25/2015

    TORONTO, March 25, 2015 Rogers Communications Inc. (RCIAF), Canada's leading diversified communications and media company, plans to release its first quarter 2015 financial results on Monday, April 20, 2015 after the North American financial markets close.

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    Canada's Wind Mobile gets new CEO, directors after Vimpelcom exit

    Reuters – 12:00 PM ET 03/23/2015

    Wind Mobile, Canada's No. 4 wireless provider, named a new chief executive officer and several new board members on Monday, months after the acrimonious exit of its biggest shareholder. Alek Krstajic, who had run fellow small player Public Mobile before it was bought by much larger operator Telus Corp (TU) in 2013, replaces Pietro Cordova as CEO.

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    Pick-and-Pay TV Coming to Canada

    DJ Business News – 5:35 PM ET 03/19/2015

    GATINEAU, Quebec--Canada moved Thursday to give households greater freedom to choose the television channels they want as part of their cable package, making it one of the biggest jurisdictions in the developed world to compel some form of a-la-carte TV offering. The change, unveiled by Canada's broadcast regulator and set to come into force next year, brings an end to a hotly contested fight by cable firms that sought to keep the status quo, and marks a victory for consumers who...

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    Pick-and-Pay TV Coming to Canada

    DJ Business News – 5:06 PM ET 03/19/2015

    GATINEAU, Quebec--Canada moved Thursday to give households greater freedom to choose the television channels they want as part of their cable package, making it one of the biggest jurisdictions in the developed world to compel some form of a-la-carte TV offering. The change, unveiled by Canada's broadcast regulator and set to come into force next year, brings an end to a hotly contested fight by cable firms that sought to keep the status quo, and marks a victory for consumers who...

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    Canadians to be allowed to 'pick and pay' TV channels

    Reuters – 4:46 PM ET 03/19/2015

    Canadian television viewers will no longer be forced to pay for vast numbers of channels they do not watch, the country's broadcast regulator said in a sweeping ruling on Thursday. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission said cable and satellite providers had to offer viewers an affordable basic package and allow them to choose additional channels.

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    Canadian TV viewers to get more choice in what channels they get

    Reuters – 4:19 PM ET 03/19/2015

    Canadian television viewers will no longer be forced to pay for vast numbers of channels they do not watch, the country's broadcast regulator said on Thursday. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission said in a ruling that cable and satellite providers had to offer viewers an affordable basic package and then allow them to choose additional channels.

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    PRESS DIGEST- Canada- March 17

    Reuters – 7:33 AM ET 03/17/2015

    The following are the top stories from selected Canadian newspapers. THE GLOBE AND MAIL. ** The U.S. National Security Agency has been trying to map the communications traffic of corporations around the world, and a classified document reveals that at least two of Canada's largest companies are included.

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    Canada's broadcast regulator relaxes quotas for local content

    Reuters – 2:57 PM ET 03/12/2015

    Canada's broadcast regulator is relaxing long-standing requirements for television broadcasters to carry a certain amount of Canadian-produced content, saying some protections are no longer needed in a world of abundance and choice.

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    Canada's broadcast regulator relaxes quotas for Canadian content

    Reuters – 1:05 PM ET 03/12/2015

    Canada's broadcast regulator said on Thursday it was relaxing long-standing requirements for television broadcasters to carry a certain amount of Canadian-produced content.

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    Canada raises C$2.11 bln in wireless airwaves auction

    Reuters – 8:56 AM ET 03/06/2015

    Canadian wireless operators paid C$2.11 billion in an airwaves auction, Industry Minister James Moore said on Friday, with small operators paying far less than established players under a government plan to spur competition. Rogers Communications Inc (RCIAF) did not win any spectrum, while upstart Wind Mobile paid C$56.4 million for spectrum in British Columbia, Alberta and Ontario.

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    Wind Mobile may win spectrum at bargain price in Canadian auction

    Reuters – 10:06 AM ET 03/05/2015

    Small Canadian wireless operator Wind Mobile might have snagged valuable spectrum in an airwaves auction this week at a bargain-basement price, an industry analyst said on Thursday after a report that a rival bidder may have dropped out.

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    Rogers Communications Files Annual Report to Shareholders

    PR Newswire – 9:15 AM ET 03/04/2015

    Annual Shareholders Meeting to be Held April 21, 2015 in Toronto TORONTO, March 4, 2015Rogers Communications Inc. (RCIAF), a leading diversified Canadian communications and media company, today announced the filing with securities regulators of its 2014 annual report to shareholders.

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    WWE Network Coming to More Canadians; Rogers Reaches Agreement with Multiple TV Providers

    Business Wire – 9:21 AM ET 02/12/2015

    Rogers today announced that it has reached carriage agreements for WWE Network with multiple television providers, providing more Canadian fans with access to premium WWE programming.

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    Canadian streaming TV should be available for all, consumer groups say

    Reuters – 1:32 PM ET 02/06/2015

    Consumer advocacy groups want recently launched streaming services from some of Canada's biggest telecom and cable companies made available to all, telling the industry's regulator on Friday that making the purchase of one service dependent on purchase of another likely breaks the rules.

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    Canada telecoms line up for airwaves, Mobilicity hampered

    Reuters – 4:06 PM ET 02/05/2015

    Canada's biggest telecom companies and most of its smaller ones have lined up to bid in two upcoming auctions of airwaves, the federal government said on Thursday, with struggling startup Mobilicity able to stump up only enough cash to participate in more enticing of the two.

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    Big-time Super Bowl ads to reach Canada by 2017

    Reuters – 10:59 AM ET 01/29/2015

    Millions of Canadian viewers of the U.S. Super Bowl football game will soon be able to enjoy all the high-priced advertising fed to their southern neighbors, the country's broadcast regulator said on Thursday.

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    Rogers Boosts its Dividend as Earnings Top Views

    DJ Business News – 8:58 AM ET 01/29/2015

    Rogers Communications Inc. (RCIAF) posted a better-than-expected fourth-quarter profit on Thursday, partly due to stronger results in its wireless operations, and raised its dividend by 5%. The Toronto-based communications company said wireless revenue was up 3% in its latest quarter, reflecting higher network revenue as customers continued to adopt simplified plans, which it said generate higher average revenue per user, and stronger smartphone sales. Media revenue was also...

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    Rogers Communications sheds customers but beats expectations

    Reuters – 7:56 AM ET 01/29/2015

    Rogers Communications Inc (RCIAF), Canada's largest mobile provider, lost a large number of wireless and cable-TV customers in the fourth quarter but its focus on "value over volume" allowed it to beat lowered earnings expectations. Chief Executive Guy Laurence said on Thursday the Toronto-based company stepped up its shift away from promotions to win or keep customers.

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