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AT&T cozies up to Rogers to bring LTE roaming to Canada
AT&T is making it a bit easier for those who are traveling to Canada to get access to high-speed networks.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Venting, Dec. 7, 2013: 'Edmonton winter roads: where the lanes are...
With the three parties riding the new gravy train, maybe they could team up and help end homelessness in Edmonton.
Rogers Communication and Shaw Communications: Canada's Media Moguls
In fact at the moment it elicits more yawns than hyperbole. That okay by me because that's what often makes for a good buying opportunity--and I'm always scouring the planet for that! Canadian companies aren't getting much respect these days either.
Council rejects Rogers tower deal
Gibsons council rejected a proposal by Rogers Communications for a telecommunications tower at the Gibsons fire hall Tuesday night, but not without citing their disappointment with the community, which brought them to their decision.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Rogers NHL Deal Takes Direct Aim at Cord Cutters -
Rogers Communications has had quite a 2013. From ruining the credit score of a man that never had Rogers TV or Internet service to having another one of their large-scale outages , Rogers was apparently hoping to end 2013 with a bang.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Rogers snaps up naming rights to future downtown home of Edmonton Oilers
Rogers Communications has purchased the naming rights for the future home of the Edmonton Oilers, further increasing the telecommunications giant's reach in Canadian professional sports.
Rising Dividends Help 2014 Canadian Market Match U.S.
The Canadian stock market is forecast to improve next year to at least match the performance of the U.S. for the first time since 2010, led by companies raising their dividends such as Rogers Communications Inc. and Brookfield Asset Management Inc. The Standard & Poor's/TSX Composite Index and its U.S. counterpart, the S&P 500 , will both return ... (more)
Customer Interaction Solutions
Rogers Communications launches new US Travel Packs
Rogers Communications, a provider of wireless communications, cable television, telephone, and internet connectivity services, has launched its new US Travel Packs.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
The London Free Press
Don Cherry belongs on the air
Rogers Communications, now that you own the broadcast rights to NHL hockey games, I will tell you why you should keep Don Cherry on television.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
The Globe and Mail
Rogers plays defence with its new investment in hockey
Rogers' willingness to pay a record price for NHL rights comes down to protecting its core business - its 2.2 million cable subscribers, nearly 10 million wireless subscribers, its TV shows it production and the lucrative revenue stream this represents.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
TV Chat: Rogers/NHL deal
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman, left, and Nadir Mohamed, President and CEO of Rogers Communications, attend a press conference about the landmark deal.
Rogers Communications unveils Recommendation App for NextBox
Rogers Communications, a provider of communications and media services, has unveiled a Recommendation App for NextBox.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
From the corner office to the coffee shop, Canadians* want to redefine the "workplace"
Technology is redefining the Canadian workplace. The Connected Workplace report, released today by Rogers shows that while the majority of Canadians are still using traditional wired devices at work, they think it's important to have the latest technology like laptops, tablets and smartphones to do their jobs in and out of the office.
Battle Lines Drawn in Canada's Cable Unbundling Debate
As Canada drives towards unbundling cable channels, top-rated broadcaster Bell Media has warned less coin may be left for original Canadian TV production and more American programming may fill primetime schedules here.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Rogers, NHL insist deal will be good for hockey fans but benefits not clear yet
Rogers president and CEO Nadir Mohamed sits with with NHL commissioner Gary Bettman and Keith Pelley, president of Rogers Media at a news conference in Toronto on Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2013.
Prince George Citizen
NHL, Rogers reach 12-year broadcast deal worth $5.2 billion
The National Hockey League says it has reached a 12-year, $5.2 billion agreement with Rogers Communications for broadcast and multimedia rights.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
The Hartford Courant
Rogers says Canadian TV industry must offer viewers more choice
Rogers Communications Inc , one of Canada's biggest cable companies, said on Monday the entire industry must be willing to offer viewers more choice when selling television packages even if that means some channels ultimately fail.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Cabling Networking Systems
Rogers initiates major data centre expansion into Alberta
Rogers Communications announced this week the expansion of its data centre business in Western Canada and a new operating unit called Rogers Data Centres.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Uxbridge talking telecommunications towers again
The tower is proposed for 322 Main St. by Rogers Communications Inc., and the information session will be held at the Uxbridge Arena from 6 to 8 p.m. Ward 4 Councillor Jacob Mantle took issue with Rogers saying the application is in "response to the Township of Uxbridge council's request for improved wireless service" in a landowner information ... (more)
Canadian Business Magazine
Rogers to open Calgary data centre in January as part of growth initiative
Rogers Communications Inc. says its will open a new data centre in Calgary in January and expand its Edmonton data centre to tap a "significant growth opportunity" in Western Canada.