BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. – Thanks for visiting, World Cup soccer. Football fans in America will now take back control of the remote.
“Sunday Night Football” finished the 2013-14 TV season as the No. 739 more words
Rogers Communications has announced a planned investment of over CAD450 million (USD414 million) in the province of British Columbia (BC) over the next three years to expand its wireless network in over 70 communities in the northeast, Interior, Lower Mainland, and Vancouver Island regions. 180 more words
Canada’s commercial broadcasters held their annual upfront presentations last week to promote their lineups of new U.S. skeins bought at last month’s L.A. Screenings, as well as to show off their new domestic shows, but it was clear that scripted programming had already been cross-checked months earlier by Rogers Communications’ landmark deal for rights to National Hockey League games. 664 more words
UK-based Vodafone Group and Canada’s Rogers Communications have jointly announced a new ‘Partner Market’ agreement, under which Rogers becomes Vodafone’s exclusive partner in Canada and the two companies will explore new business opportunities as well as offer customers a range of products and services, including 4G roaming services. 164 more words