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Canadian public-service broadcaster CBC paid a small increase to extend its deal with the International Olympic Committee to cover the 2022 and 2024 Games.
Canadian public-service broadcaster the CBC has acquired rights for the 2022 and 2024 Olympic Games in partnership with telecommunications companies Rogers Communications and Bell Media.
Canadian pay-television broadcaster Rogers Sportsnet has agreed a sublicensing deal with the Fox Sports division of US network Fox to broadcast coverage of the German Bundesliga in Canada.
Canadian pay-television broadcaster Rogers Sportsnet has renewed a broadcast and multimedia rights deal for the Rogers Cup tennis tournament.
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, the country’s media regulator, has dismissed a complaint by Bell Media that rival telecommunications company Rogers is unfairly offering exclusive access to its GamePlus mobile application.
The NHL North American ice hockey league and the NHL Players’ Association (NHLPA) has confirmed the award of media rights to US pay-television sports broadcaster ESPN and Canadian media company Rogers Communications for the 2016 World Cup of Hockey.
The resurrected World Cup of Hockey will join the National Hockey League on pay-television broadcaster Rogers Sportsnet in Canada following a deal agreed late last month.
Canadian telecommunications company Rogers Communications has acquired broadcast rights to the 2016 World Cup of Hockey national team ice hockey tournament, according to the Globe and Mail.
Eurovision, the television producer operated by the European Broadcasting Union, and Alpine Canada, the country's national governing body for alpine skiing, have struck a rights deal with Canadian pay-television broadcaster Rogers Sportsnet.
The breadth and depth of coverage the 2018 and 2020 Olympic Games will achieve in Canada is seen by the International Olympic Committee as an acceptable trade-off for a minimal increase in media-rights income.
Canadian pay-television broadcaster Rogers Communications’ acquisition of the English-language regional rights to Montreal Canadiens games this month was driven by its desire to offer the full complement of Canadiens games in English on mobile and online platforms.