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Meagan Gillmore | Rogers farms out its Chinese-language news broadcast for Omni TV to competitor Fairchild amid concerns of pro-conservative political bias.
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Nora Loreto | Labour might already have examples of media that can work.
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Rick Salutin | Rogers stomped into CBC HQ in Toronto and never looked backed. Its takeover of hockey has been breathtaking, in that they are trying to turn hockey into Rogers.
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Matt Dusenbury | With Rogers now firmly in control in the Canadian telecom world and its grasp on Hockey Night in Canada, CBC lies bleeding. Canadian media now teeters perilously on the brink of a dark new dawn.
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Michael Stewart | With Rogers' recent 12-year, $5.2-billion deal earning exclusive rights to NHL games on all platforms, the CBC is feeling snakebit. But losing hockey is only the beginning of their worries.
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Steve Anderson | Television services go through the same wires as Internet services. Why is this important? Because it raises questions about the practice of slowing access (throttling) to Internet services.