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Bravo was launched on January 1, 1995. Bravo! was created to fill the void of interesting and relevant cultural programming. This innovative channel covers all aspects and facets of the arts, including; music, ballet, literature, drama, visual arts, modern dance, opera, architecture, the art of talk, and much more.
CablePulse 24 (aka CP24)
CP24 focuses on local news from the Greater Toronto Area and Southern Ontario, but also covers national and international news. It is distributed through cable in Southern Ontario and direct broadcast satellite nationally around Canada.
Owned by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, provides a complete 24-hour network schedule of news, sports, entertainment and children’s programming. CBC for the most part only airs Canadian programs and is home of the popular Hockey Night in Canada TV telecast.
CBC News Network (CBC NN)
CBC NN is a specialty news channel owned and operated by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). It broadcasts into over 10 million homes in Canada. It is the world’s third-oldest television service of this nature, after CNN in the United States and Sky News in the United Kingdom.
CityTV has television stations in Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton and Winnipeg and offers viewers intensely-local, urban-oriented, culturally-diverse television programming. Citytv delivers an entertaining mix of news, local-interactive formats as well as local Canadian and US acquired prime time entertainment programming.
CTV Television Network
CTV is Canada’s largest private broadcaster, offers a wide range of quality news, sports, information, and entertainment programming. It has one of the most popular national newscasts, CTV National News and is one of the top choices among Toronto for prime-time viewing.
Discovery Channel Canada
This channel explores the fascinating worlds of nature, science and technology, and adventure. As a producer and broadcaster of documentary programming, Discovery Channel Canada is internationally recognized for innovation and quality in all areas of the broadcast industry.
The Global Television network broadcasts via 10 television stations, reaching 96% of English-speaking Canada. Global offers a programming mix of entertainment programs, news telecasts and sports aimed primarily at viewers aged 18 to 49.
This TV channel is the number one source for entertaining and engaging historical programming. History Television offers Canadian audiences documentaries and dramas about the people and events that have shaped our world throughout history.
Much is dedicated to providing an entertaining, informative, and engaging look at popular music as it happens. MuchMusic television programming allows viewers to get up close and personal with their favourite artists, acts and entertainers through original programming features, concerts, specials, live daily news hits and interactive television.
OMNI is owned and operated by Rogers Communications. It consists of the company’s conventional television stations which are licensed as multicultural stations. OMNI airs both news and regular television programming. The news broadcasts are produced in many different languages.
Showcase is a predominantly fiction-based service centred around scripted television series and films. Showcase features hit series, breakout cable exclusives and big-ticket movies. The TV station shows television programing content from America and Canada but is also known to show foriegn films.
The Family Channel
Family TV is a Canadian premium television service marketed to children and teenagers. The channel airs several family oriented television programming such as Disney shows and movies. It is owned by Astral Media and is similar to the American TV Disney Channel.
The Sports Network is Canada’s leading English language sports TV channel. TSN’s flagship programme is a highlights and sports news show that airs several times a day. The channel also broadcasts live sports and several other sports related TV programming.
TVO is a publicly-funded, educational English language television station and media organization in the province of Ontario. It is a crown corporation owned by the Government of Ontario. TVO airs a mixture of original shows, children’s programming, British imports, and movies from around the world.
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