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Green Home TV!

Solar Questions asks the question, “Why are solar panels on every house?” And, Solar Question goes to Dundas Square downtown Toronto to sample solar questions… 98 more words

Don Lichterman

There are three teams in the NHL worth more than $1 BILLION. Wow.

That’s what Forbes, the respected financial publication says. Those three teams:

  • The Toronto Maple Leafs ($1.3B)
  • The New York Rangers ($1.1B)
  • The Montreal Canadiens ($1B)
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Rogers and Shaw Launch Shomi VoD

Canadian cablecos Shaw Communications and Rogers Communications both announced this week the free beta trial launch of their joint subscription video-on-demand (VoD) service ‘Shomi’. The trial service is available for existing Rogers and Shaw customers on selected tablets and other mobile devices, online, and on set-top boxes, with other platforms to follow including Xbox 360 and Chromecast. 18 more words

Telnet Networks

Looking for a Field Sales Consultant - London, Ontario

Field Sales Consultant

Imagine working for an exciting entrepreneurial company where employees are committed to meeting challenges and making a real difference. That’s Rogers. A leading communications and media company where people come to do great work. 667 more words



Date: Oct 22, 2014

Location: Brampton, Ontario, Canada

Company: Rogers

Req ID: 26565-en_US

Product Developer – Cloud: reports to the Director, Cloud & Managed Services Solution Development, and this individual will work with Product Management, IT Architecture & Engineering, and other business partners to develop Rogers’ Business Cloud solutions offerings based on business requirements provided by Product Management.  465 more words


Rogers buys Source Cable for USD142m

Source Cable, the last remaining independent cable TV network operator in Hamilton, Ontario, has been sold to national giant Rogers Communications for CAD160 million (USD142 million) in a deal expected to close this quarter, reports The Hamilton Spectator. 56 more words

Telnet Networks

CBC retains the Rings through Tokyo 2020

The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation will return as the official Olympic broadcaster for Pyeongchang 2018 and Tokyo 2020.

As with the most recent Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, the public broadcaster will be tackling its East Asian adventures with a pair of private partners, Bell Media (owns TSN and RDS) and Rogers Media (owns Sportsnet). 289 more words