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Toronto Blue Jays teams that win are a cash cow for Rogers — who may be prepared to fritter it all away

TORONTO — When Rogers Communications announced its third-quarter results in October, its biggest jump in revenues came in its media division. It was up by $60 million, or 13 per cent, over a year earlier. 937 more words


Canada's Rogers Kills Internet TV Project, Reaches Comcast Pact for X1 System

Rogers Communications, Canada’s largest wireless and cable provider, said it is discontinuing in-house development of an internet-based TV system — and instead will use Comcast’s X1 video platform to launch a new service in 2018. 267 more words


Rogers CEO Guy Laurence steps down

TORONTO – In a surprise move, Rogers Communications announced Monday the immediate departure of its CEO Guy Laurence and the uncertain arrival time for his replacement, former Telus chief executive Joe Natale. 701 more words


Blue Jays Bubbly [why the French don't watch baseball]

Looking for some insight on the champagne celebration in the Jays clubhouse?

As the only wine blogger with a Physed degree I want to know what they’re drinking and how much money are guys who earned a million dollars in salary this month paying for champagne.   185 more words

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Rogers will stop printing 4 publications: Flare, Sportsnet, MoneySense and Canadian Business

TORONTO – Rogers Communications announced Friday an overhaul of its magazines that will see Flare, Sportsnet, MoneySense and Canadian Business disappear from store shelves and move to online only. 180 more words


Shomi the Door. 5 Reasons the Canadian SVOD Service Will Close After 2 Years

Back in August 2014, two of the biggest cable companies in Canada, Rogers Communications and Shaw Communications, launched an SVOD service called Shomi. It was to compete with the SVOD behemoth Netflix. 448 more words

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Don Cherry, Sportsnet agree to multi-year deal to keep 82-year-old icon on the air

TORONTO — Don Cherry is returning to “Hockey Night in Canada” next season.

The 82-year-old star of “Coach’s Corner” has agreed to a multi-year deal, Scott Moore, president of Sportsnet and NHL properties, told The Canadian Press on Monday. 521 more words