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Québec newspaper industry mobilizes, demands aid program to pursue digital shift

SiriusXM Canada to broadcast every game of World Cup of Hockey 2016 Google+ Share with LinkedIn

TMT LAB Releases Spot Direct to Synchronize Prime Time TV Spots With Google DoubleClick and Twitter on any Second Screen

Netflix to Unveil Four Original Documentaries at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival

Garth Brooks to launch his own exclusive SiriusXM Canada channel

NextRadio Expands Into Canada

MediaSmarts provides digital literacy workshops to libraries in New Brunswick and Manitoba

LG 2016 Flat OLED Televisions Arrive in Canada

Sandvine Report: Netflix Encoding Optimizations Result in North American Traffic Share Decline

Evolution of Football Across Europe Leads to Demand for Increased Viewing Experience at Home
It’s clear that both football and footballers have changed over the years. Players are under increasing scrutiny from every angle, from commentators analysing their skills to viewers debating their style choices.
Powerful New Siri Capabilities & Single Sign-On Coming to Apple TV
Apple announced powerful new Siri capabilities, single sign-on for Apple TV and many more great new features for users, making the entertainment experience in the living room even better.
Red Hot Chili Peppers to launch exclusive limited-run SiriusXM Canada channel

Samsung Launches TV PLUS in Thailand and Vietnam
Samsung Electronics today announced that its TV PLUS service is now available in Thailand and Vietnam on 2016 Samsung Smart TV UHD Models.
Gartner Says Enterprises Should Create an Industry Vision for Digital Business Success

CNW Creative wins 2016 DV Award for Digital Video Production

Yellow Pages launches new mass media campaign highlighting its digital services for small businesses

Gartner Reveals 2016 Cool Vendors Are Turning DigiFlip to Their Advantage

Brother new INKvestment printer comes with enough ink to last 2 years

Digital ham radio systems ready to serve Toronto in times of crisis

Netflix drops tech-bomb on Canadian VPN users
It appears Netflix has dropped a tech-bomb on millions of Canadians who use VPNs to stream its U.S. service — rescuing Mary Ann Turcke’s daughter, and many of the rest of us, from a life of crime.
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