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December 13, 2012
10:07 EDTBCE, TU, RCI, SJRCanadian Supreme Court rules against broadcasters in value-for-signal case
The Supreme Court of Canada overturned a decision that the Canadian Radio‑television and Telecommunications Commission is allowed to adopt a policy establishing a market‑based, value for signal regulatory regime. The policy would empower private local television stations, or broadcasters, to negotiate direct compensation for retransmission of signals by cable and satellite companies, or broadcasting distribution undertakings--BDUs, as well as right to prohibit BDUs from retransmitting those signals if negotiations unsuccessful. The decision is viewed as a loss for BCE Inc. (BCE) and a win for TELUS (TU), Rogers Communications (RCI) and Shaw Communications (SJR).
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October 20, 2014
08:03 EDTBCEBell Aliant Regional Communications to send circular to shareholders
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07:44 EDTRCIRogers Communications upgraded to Buy from Hold at Canaccord
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October 16, 2014
13:31 EDTSJROttawa Convention Centre and Shaw Communications announce sponsorship deal
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October 15, 2014
05:39 EDTBCEBell Media signs content deal with United Artists, Highway Entertainment
Bell Media, part of BCE (BCE), announced from MIPCOM a multi-faceted partnership with United Artists Media Group, a newly formed joint venture among MGM (MGM), Mark Burnett, Roma Downey, and Hearst Entertainment, and Omnicom Canada's (OMC) Highway Entertainment to create new television formats for Canadian and international audiences. As a result of the partnership, pilots for several new formats are currently in development and pre-production at Bell Media, parent company of conventional broadcaster CTV. Terms of the deal were not released.
October 14, 2014
16:12 EDTBCEBCE CFO Siim Vanaselja to retire
BCE Inc. and Bell Aliant announced that Siim Vanaselja, CFO of BCE and Bell Canada, will retire in the second quarter of 2015. Glen LeBlanc, currently CFO of BCE affiliate Bell Aliant, will become CFO of BCE and Bell Canada at that time.
13:22 EDTRCIRogers Communications names Jacob Glick as Chief Corporate Affairs Officer
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