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Calgary Sun
Rogers announces magazine overhaul, will stop printing Flare, Sportsnet, MoneySense and Canadian BusinessTORONTO — Rogers Communications announced Friday an overhaul of its magazines t
Rogers announces magazine overhaul, will stop printing Flare, Sportsnet, MoneySense and Canadian Business
Calgary Sun / Posted 14 hours ago
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. In addition, magazines including Maclean’s,... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Rogers retreats from print in radical media division overhaulThe publishing arm of Rogers Communications Inc. is beating a retreat from prin
Rogers retreats from print in radical media division overhaul
The Globe and Mail / Posted 16 hours ago
The publishing arm of Rogers Communications Inc. is beating a retreat from print with a radical overhaul that will mean far more of its magazine stories appear only online. Starting in January, four titles will stop publishing print editions.... Read more
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17h
CTV News
Rogers announces magazine overhaul, will stop printing 4 publicationsTORONTO -- Rogers Communications announced Friday an overhaul of its magazines
Rogers announces magazine overhaul, will stop printing 4 publications
CTV News / Posted 17 hours ago
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. In addition, magazines including Maclean's,... Read more
17h
The Globe and Mail
Rogers retreats from print in radical media division overhaulThe publishing arm of Rogers Communications Inc. is beating a retreat from prin
Rogers retreats from print in radical media division overhaul
The Globe and Mail / Posted 17 hours ago
The publishing arm of Rogers Communications Inc. is beating a retreat from print with a radical overhaul that will mean far more of its magazine stories appear only online. Starting in January, four titles will stop publishing print editions.... Read more
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The Norwich Gazette
Rogers buys Tillsonburg radio stationsTwo Tillsonburg radio stations, some of the last family-owned radio stations in
Rogers buys Tillsonburg radio stations
The Norwich Gazette / Posted yesterday
Two Tillsonburg radio stations, some of the last family-owned radio stations in Ontario, have been sold to media giant Rogers Communications. Tillsonburg Broadcasting, which operates CKOT-FM (Easy101) and CJDL-FM (Country 107.2), were sold on... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Feds show some love for VC funding program; could a sequel be in the works?problems. The 20-member council is headed by Nadir Mohamed, chairman of ScaleUP
Feds show some love for VC funding program; could a sequel be in the works?
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
problems. The 20-member council is headed by Nadir Mohamed, chairman of ScaleUP Ventures and former chief executive of Rogers Communications, and is composed of a range of business leaders from across the country. IBM Canada president Dino... Read more
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Simcoe Reformer
Rogers buys Tillsonburg radio stationsTwo Tillsonburg radio stations, some of the last family-owned radio stations in
Rogers buys Tillsonburg radio stations
Simcoe Reformer / Posted 2 days ago
Two Tillsonburg radio stations, some of the last family-owned radio stations in Ontario, have been sold to media giant Rogers Communications. Tillsonburg Broadcasting, which operates CKOT-FM (Easy101) and CJDL-FM (Country 107.2), were sold on... Read more
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Delhi News Record
Rogers buys Tillsonburg radio stationsTwo Tillsonburg radio stations, some of the last family-owned radio stations in
Rogers buys Tillsonburg radio stations
Delhi News Record / Posted 2 days ago
Two Tillsonburg radio stations, some of the last family-owned radio stations in Ontario, have been sold to media giant Rogers Communications. Tillsonburg Broadcasting, which operates CKOT-FM (Easy101) and CJDL-FM (Country 107.2), were sold on... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
New Ryerson council of business leaders aims to boost entrepreneurship in Canadaproblems. The 19-member council is headed by Nadir Mohamed, chairman of ScaleU
New Ryerson council of business leaders aims to boost entrepreneurship in Canada
The Globe and Mail / Posted 2 days ago
problems. The 19-member council is headed by Nadir Mohamed, chairman of ScaleUP Ventures and former chief executive of Rogers Communications, and is composed of a range of business leaders from across the country. IBM Canada president Dino... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Shomi shutdown highlights industry’s struggle to make online content profitablefavourite shows in an already fragmented streaming landscape may only become mo
Shomi shutdown highlights industry’s struggle to make online content profitable
The Globe and Mail / Posted 3 days ago
favourite shows in an already fragmented streaming landscape may only become more difficult. But the breaking point for Rogers Communications Inc. and Shaw Communications Inc., friendly rivals that ran the service as a joint venture, was that... Read more
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Reuters
Aetna to offer Apple Watch at a discount to certain customersRogers Communications committed to dividend growth - deputy chairman TORONTO R
Aetna to offer Apple Watch at a discount to certain customers
Reuters / Posted 3 days ago
Rogers Communications committed to dividend growth - deputy chairman TORONTO Rogers Communications Inc remains committed to its dividend growth strategy and the failure of its Shomi video streaming joint venture has not diminished its enthusiasm to... Read more
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Owen Sound Sun Times
Call for affordable housingNiagara Escarpment Commission, Bluewater District School Board, Owen Sound fire
Call for affordable housing
Owen Sound Sun Times / Posted 3 days ago
Niagara Escarpment Commission, Bluewater District School Board, Owen Sound fire department, Union Gas, Hydro One, Rogers Communications and the Historic Saugeen Metis, have already commented on Northridge's applications. Grey Sauble... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Video streaming service Shomi to shut down at end of Novemberago and billed as a foothold against Netflix Inc.’s challenge to traditional te
Video streaming service Shomi to shut down at end of November
The Globe and Mail / Posted 4 days ago
ago and billed as a foothold against Netflix Inc.’s challenge to traditional television. Shomi, which is jointly owned by Rogers Communications Inc. and Shaw Communications Inc., struggled to gain traction in the face of stiff competition and will... Read more
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CTV News
Big telcos must provide small ISPs access to their fibre networks, says CRTCcompetitors greater access to its networks. The lengthy and highly technical r
Big telcos must provide small ISPs access to their fibre networks, says CRTC
CTV News / Posted 9 days ago
competitors greater access to its networks. The lengthy and highly technical ruling will require Bell, Cogeco Cable Inc., Rogers Communications Canada Inc., and Videotron to provide their competitors access to what are known as disaggregated... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Cheaper Internet coming thanks to new rules: Expertcompetitors greater access to its networks. The lengthy and highly technical r
Cheaper Internet coming thanks to new rules: Expert
Calgary Sun / Posted 10 days ago
competitors greater access to its networks. The lengthy and highly technical ruling will require Bell, Cogeco Cable Inc., Rogers Communications Canada Inc., and Videotron to provide their competitors access to what are known as disaggregated... Read more
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CBC.ca
Big telcos must provide small ISPs access to their fibre networks, says CRTCcompetitors greater access to its networks. The lengthy and highly technical r
Big telcos must provide small ISPs access to their fibre networks, says CRTC
CBC.ca / Posted 10 days ago
competitors greater access to its networks. The lengthy and highly technical ruling will require Bell, Cogeco Cable Inc., Rogers Communications Canada Inc., and Videotron to provide their competitors access to what are known as disaggregated... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Is it time for Rogers to hang up the cleats and leave the sports game?A bat-flipping Toronto Blue Jays outfielder is about to show us where chief exe
Is it time for Rogers to hang up the cleats and leave the sports game?
The Globe and Mail / Posted 13 days ago
A bat-flipping Toronto Blue Jays outfielder is about to show us where chief executive officer Guy Laurence plans to take Rogers Communications Inc. Jose Bautista is among the most popular players in franchise history and a key component in the Jays’... Read more
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ITBusiness.ca
Rogers and Twitter teaming up to offer tweet-based customer supportTwitter Inc. is developing a new customer support service for businesses, with
Rogers and Twitter teaming up to offer tweet-based customer support
ITBusiness.ca / Posted 13 days ago
Twitter Inc. is developing a new customer support service for businesses, with Rogers Communications Inc. as its first Canadian client, the companies announced this week. As of Sept. 15, Rogers customers can use one of the company’s Twitter... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Your back-to-school investing quiz queries answeredalthough it would be nice. Finally, let’s look at No. 11, which tripped up a l
Your back-to-school investing quiz queries answered
The Globe and Mail / Posted 14 days ago
although it would be nice. Finally, let’s look at No. 11, which tripped up a lot of readers: Joey Bats buys 200 shares of Rogers Communications for $30 each. He then sells 100 shares at $40 each. Finally, he purchases 300 shares at $50 each. His... Read more
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Variety
Time Warner Leads $12 Million Funding Round in You.i TV Video User-Interface Startupusing a single underlying code base for common technology components. Other You
Time Warner Leads $12 Million Funding Round in You.i TV Video User-Interface Startup
Variety / Posted 17 days ago
using a single underlying code base for common technology components. Other You.i TV clients include Sony’s Crackle, Rogers Communications’ Shomi SVOD service and Corus Entertainment. “Delivering video directly to consumers is becoming vital... Read more
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The Hollywood Reporter
Time Warner Leads $12M Funding Round for Canadian Video App Platform Firm You.i TVdevices, the companies said Tuesday. The company’s You.i Engine is behind the
Time Warner Leads $12M Funding Round for Canadian Video App Platform Firm You.i TV
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted 17 days ago
devices, the companies said Tuesday. The company’s You.i Engine is behind the video apps of the likes of Sony Crackle, Rogers Communications' Shomi SVOD service and Time Warner's Turner brands including TNT, TBS and Turner Classic Movie, which... Read more
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17d
The Hollywood Reporter
Time Warner Leads $12M Funding Round for Canadian Video App Platform Firm You.i TVdevices, the companies said Tuesday. The company’s You.i Engine is behind the
Time Warner Leads $12M Funding Round for Canadian Video App Platform Firm You.i TV
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted 17 days ago
devices, the companies said Tuesday. The company’s You.i Engine is behind the video apps of the likes of Sony Crackle, Rogers Communications' Shomi SVOD service and Time Warner's Turner brands including TNT, TBS, and Turner Classic Movie, which... Read more
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CTV News
Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world this weekto trade shares or gain access to proceeds from their activities. Rogers CEO S
Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world this week
CTV News / Posted 19 days ago
to trade shares or gain access to proceeds from their activities. Rogers CEO Speech: Guy Laurence, president and CEO of Rogers Communications, speaks Wednesday before the Canadian Club of Canada in Toronto. The company, among other big TV... Read more
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ITBusiness.ca
Rogers partners with Google, Microsoft to launch app store for small businessesRogers Communications Inc. knows that many of today’s small businesses rely on
Rogers partners with Google, Microsoft to launch app store for small businesses
ITBusiness.ca / Posted 23 days ago
Rogers Communications Inc. knows that many of today’s small businesses rely on cloud-based apps such as Microsoft Office 365 and Google Apps for Work to run their operations – and that they have few IT staff to support them. Enter the newly-launched... Read more
24d
The Globe and Mail
With the Blue Jays’ success, the AL East excuse is deadscrew things up through lack of ambition and/or skill and then blame it on the
With the Blue Jays’ success, the AL East excuse is dead
The Globe and Mail / Posted 24 days ago
screw things up through lack of ambition and/or skill and then blame it on the Yankees payroll. It was a sweet deal for Rogers Communications Inc.: “It’s not that we don’t want to win. It’s that we can’t win. It’s a fact. Like gravity.” Beeston... Read more
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Calgary Sun
After hundreds of complaints, regulator examines new trimmed-down TV packsfor comment and Shaw declined to provide subscriber numbers or say what it expe
After hundreds of complaints, regulator examines new trimmed-down TV packs
Calgary Sun / Posted 25 days ago
for comment and Shaw declined to provide subscriber numbers or say what it expected from the hearings. But a spokesman for Rogers Communications Inc., said the company is fully prepared to defend its starter package. Rogers offers its lower-tier... Read more
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Hamilton News
Coach Gruden 'pleased' with new pack of Dogshas worked with the Wolves for the past 14 seasons. According to his LinkedIn p
Coach Gruden 'pleased' with new pack of Dogs
Hamilton News / Posted 29 days ago
has worked with the Wolves for the past 14 seasons. According to his LinkedIn profile, he is also a news director for Rogers Communications. Contacted Thursday at KiSS 105.3 in Sudbury, Kernan said he couldn't comment on the job. The... Read more
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Hamilton News
New coach John Gruden gets first glimpse of this year’s Hamilton Bulldogs hopefulshas worked with the Wolves for the past 14 seasons. According to his LinkedIn p
New coach John Gruden gets first glimpse of this year’s Hamilton Bulldogs hopefuls
Hamilton News / Posted 30 days ago
has worked with the Wolves for the past 14 seasons. According to his LinkedIn profile, he is also a news director for Rogers Communications. Contacted Thursday at KiSS 105.3 in Sudbury, Kernan said he couldn't comment on the job. The... Read more
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ITBusiness.ca
Speed tests indicate Rogers offers fastest broadband Internet, Bell fastest mobileSpeedtest report this week ranking the country’s mobile and Internet service pr
Speed tests indicate Rogers offers fastest broadband Internet, Bell fastest mobile
ITBusiness.ca / Posted 1 months ago
Speedtest report this week ranking the country’s mobile and Internet service providers (ISPs), and the results are clear: Rogers Communications Inc. offers the fastest broadband download speeds in Canada by a wide margin, while rival BCE Inc.’s... Read more
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