CRTC Tells Telus to Drop Charges for Privately Owned Service Poles

Telus Communications may not charge for service poles that it doesn't own, says the CRTC. In a decision issued Friday, the Commission found that Telus is prohibited by its... |
Sony Has Mulled Selling Majority Stake in Crackle

In yet another revelation about Sony Pictures' internal workings in the wake of a devastating cyber-attack last month, execs in the studio's TV division have recently discussed selling... |
ZoomerMedia Seeking to Buy Sun News Network From Quebecor

A published report says Moses Znaimer's ZoomerMedia is in talks aimed at acquiring Sun News Network from Quebecor. The Globe and Mail quotes a source "familiar with the negotiations'" as... |
Rogers and Conde Nast Strike Distribution Deal

Rogers Communications continues to expand its digital video capabilities, announcing a new deal with Conde Nast that gives it the right to distribute and sell video content from the publishing... |
TV Execs Debate Partnering With Netflix

How TV programmers should approach working with Netflix and other streaming platforms became a hot topic during the annual UBS Global Media and Communications Conference in New York... |
CBS, Dish Reach Carriage Deal After Brief Blackout

CBS and Dish Network on Saturday morning said they reached a multiyear pact for carriage of CBS-owned stations across the U.S. as well as the Eye's cable networks, coming after CBS pulled its... |
Fox, VICE Media Launch VICE Films Joint Film Venture

Fox has teamed with global youth media company VICE Media to form VICE Films, a joint venture to develop, produce and distribute films from emerging directors culled from VICE's content creation... |
TV Ratings Have Hurt Creative Side of Television, Says Netflix

The reliance of TV networks on ratings to gauge the success or failure of their shows has been bad for creators of high-quality television programming, according to Netflix chief content... |
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