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Sun News mandatory carriage Media Video Such is the state of things. Either the viewers are idiots, or those delivering the news are idiots...As any half-alive person will know, sinkholes are indeed an interesting phenomenon, but is the science of
Featured Video Close Video The Sun News Network remains tucked away in the broadcasting attic. It wanders alone in the upper reaches, in the witness protection program of your digital box, hiding out in numbers like 142, 177, 506, out of sight, out
Sun News Network is up in the air after the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission rejected its bid to get a guaranteed spot on basic cable and satellite services. Sun News Network, including its CBC News Network and CTV News
Story Sun News Network logo media The Sun News logo is seen in this file photo...TVA said its second-quarter profit was $7-million, compared to $10-million in the same quarter last year. Its operating profit a separate measure that excludes the
In this Sept. 29, 2009 file photo, a USA Today newspaper box is shown outside a restaurant in Charlotte, N.C. Gannett Co., the largest U.S. newspaper publisher, said it would buy TV company Belo for $1.5-billion. AP Video The Time Warner Cable Inc.
An Alberta MP has succeeded in his bid to repeal a section of the Canadian Human Rights Act long seen by free-speech advocates as a tool to squelch dissenting opinions. Conservative MP Brian Storseth saw the Senate give third and final reading late
Media Sun News Network logo media Montreal-based TVA Group said the current economic context remains challenging in terms of advertising revenue. The plan is to cut 5 per cent from operating expenses, said TVA. In order to preserve its leadership
Media YouTube logo You've got this other media conglomerate, Quebecor. It takes a look at its cable news channel, the 24-hour Sun News Network, observes that it struggles to attract viewers and advertisers, and decides that the best policy is to
Canada's broadcast regulator has ordered that every home in Canada with cable or satellite TV continue paying for CBC's specialty news channels. The ruling came early Tuesday as part of the renewal of CBC's entire broadcast licence for five years.
Sun News's application for placement on basic cable. "Senator Duffy does not, nor has he ever, been employed as a lobbyist for Sun News/Sun Media, nor have we asked Senator Duffy act as an agent on our behalf," Sun News vice-president Kory Teneycke