TORONTO (November 24, 2015) – TSN is Canada’s home for the country’s biggest party: the 103rd GREY CUP presented by Shaw. This year’s CFL championship game features the Edmonton Eskimos vs. the Ottawa Redblacks live from Winnipeg’s Investors Group Field on Sunday, Nov. 29 at 6 p.m. ET, live on TSN, TSN GO, and TSN Radio’s Grey Cup Radio Network presented by Mark’s. TSN’s live coverage begins with the network’s five-hour pre-game show, GREY CUP SUNDAY, at 1 p.m. ET.
TSN’s exclusive live coverage of the 103rd GREY CUP presented by Shaw is available for live streaming and on-demand viewing to TSN subscribers via TSN GO. RDS delivers live French-language coverage beginning at 5 p.m. ET. TSN’s coverage of the game will also air live on ESPN2 in the United States.
Broadcast Team TSN’s all-star team of broadcasters is on-site at Investors Group Field in Winnipeg for the 103rd GREY CUP presented by Shaw:
TORONTO (November 23, 2015) – Go go gadget! Everything high-tech is back as DAILY PLANETreveals out-of-this-world, mind-blowing, and ingenious gadgets and gear just in time for the holidays with its most anticipated annual theme week, “High-Tech Toys Week”. Airing Monday, Dec. 7 – Friday, Dec. 11 at 7 p.m. ET on Discovery, DAILY PLANET Co-Hosts Ziya Tong and Dan Riskin track down (and play with) the most technologically advanced and buzzed-about toys on the planet.
Be it a $28,000 Batman-inspired golf cart, a flying R2-D2 in honour of Star Wars, or a four-metre humanoid robot, these high-tech toys are among the most sought-after big ticket items of the 2015 holiday season. DAILY PLANET scours the world to find the most elite and modern gadgets on the planet – and some of the most expensive – including a deluxe submarine starting at $3.5 million and a $28,500 watch using components sourced by the U.S. Aerospace Industry. It’s a week where innovation, imagination, and dreams have no limits!
TORONTO (November 23, 2015) – It’s time to be the change, Canada! MTV empowers youth with the special premieres of WE DAY 2015 on Saturday, Dec. 5 at 7 p.m. ET on CTV and Monday, Dec. 7 at 9 p.m. ET on MTV. The one-hour special captures the most inspiring moments from the live WE Day event in Toronto this past October, which brought together 20,000 students from across Ontario to celebrate their commitment to make a difference in their local and international communities. Hosted by the “Confident” hit-maker, Demi Lovato, the high-energy special features performances by multi-talented recording artist and actor Nick Jonas, international breakout sensation Shawn Mendes, GRAMMY® nominated singer-songwriter Carly Rae Jepsen, multi-platinum hit-makers Hedley, singer-songwriter Hozier, and retro-electro dance starlet Kiesza. Additionally, actress Nina Dobrev and NBA legend Earvin “Magic” Johnson deliver inspirational messages on the WE DAY 2015 stage.
Viewers can check out MTV.ca for exclusive content featuring some of the best moments from WE Day Toronto (October 1, 2015).
WE Day is an internationally renowned educational and youth-empowerment movement led by global children’s rights activists and WE Day co-founders, Craig and Marc Kielburger.
TORONTO and NEW YORK (November 19, 2015) – Bell Media, Canada’s leading broadcaster, and HBO, the world’s most successful pay TV service, announced today an unprecedented agreement in which Bell Media will become the exclusive Canadian home of all HBO programming on all subscription platforms into the next decade.
Under the comprehensive, long-term agreement, the first of its kind for HBO in Canada, Bell Media will have the ability to deliver current-season, past-season, and library HBO programming exclusively on its linear, on-demand, and over-the-top (OTT) platforms in English and French. The agreement also marks the first time HBO has granted exclusive subscription video on demand (SVOD) rights for first-run programming throughout Canada. As a result, Bell Media will have the flexibility to provide current HBO content such as GAME OF THRONES, GIRLS, and VEEP over-the-top in Canada on its platforms. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
BCE announced today that Bell Media will expand The Movie Network into a national pay TV service and become the sole operator of HBO Canada. As a result, all HBO content will be delivered nationwide by one company for the first time ever in Canada. French-language HBO programming will continue to be seen on Bell Media’s Super Écran pay service.
TORONTO (November 18, 2015) – As the countdown to the biggest party in Canada begins, CTV’s THE SOCIAL co-hosts Melissa Grelo (@melissagrelo), Cynthia Loyst (@cynthialoyst), Lainey Lui (@LaineyGossip), and Traci Melchor (@stayfabulous) get ready to join the CFL and TSN in Winnipeg as they take centre stage on Investors Group Field to introduce multi-platinum rockers Fall Out Boy during the Nissan Titan Halftime Show. As part of the country’s can’t-miss annual sporting spectacle, the co-hosts bring their trademark charm, candour, and glamour to the 103rd GREY CUP Presented by Shaw, airing live Sunday, November 29 on TSN and RDS.
Grey Cup fever hits THE SOCIAL beginning Tuesday, Nov. 24 on CTV when Melissa and Traci face-off against CFL ON TSN’s Milt Stegall and the Toronto Argonauts’ Chad Owens in a trivia challenge with a twist – as the ladies test their football knowledge, Milt and Chad test their pop culture IQ. Then on Friday, Nov. 27, Traci and CFL ON TSN’s Kate McKenna join THE SOCIAL from Investors Group Field in Winnipeg to set the stage for the weekend’s Grey Cup festivities.
“We are so excited to have the amazing cast of THE SOCIAL be involved with Grey Cup Week in Winnipeg, especially as hosts of the Nissan Titan Halftime Show,” said Jeffrey L. Orridge, CFL Commissioner. “The energy and passion that Melissa, Cynthia, Lainey, and Traci have will certainly be an added spark to what is already known as the biggest party in Canada.
TORONTO (November 17, 2015) – Following a critically acclaimed, triumphant run at film festivals throughout the world, and theatrical premieres in Toronto, New York, and Los Angeles, Bell Media presents the exclusive North American television and streaming premiere of Jerry Rothwell’s How To Change The World, the Canada/U.K. co-production about the birth of the modern green movement and the creation of Greenpeace. Commissioned by Bell Media in 2013 and recently long-listed for an Academy Award®, the 110-minute documentary feature rolls out across a sequence of Bell Media platforms through a programming strategy designed to present this ground-breaking film to a maximum audience, beginning Thursday, December 3 at 9 p.m. ET/MT when the doc has its Canadian broadcast premiere on HBO Canada, coinciding with the 2015 Paris United Nations climate conference. Click here for a preview of How To Change The World.
“As the world convenes for climate change talks in Paris, we’re reminded of how relevant the work of Bob Hunter and Greenpeace remains. We’re immensely proud to be involved with this timely story about the global impact of a visionary Canadian,” said Mike Cosentino, Senior Vice-President, Programming, CTV Networks and CraveTV, Bell Media. “Heartfelt congratulations go out to our partners at Insight Productions and Met Film on a truly remarkable, thought-provoking, and meaningful film.”
TORONTO (November 16, 2015) – Discovery Canada announced today that Jason Momoa (GAME OF THRONES, Batman Vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice) will lead the international cast for its ambitious new original Canadian scripted series, FRONTIER. Commissioned by Discovery Canada earlier this year and shooting in beautifully vivid 4K UHD, production is now underway in Canada and the U.K. on the thrilling and richly layered premium drama, the first original scripted series in Discovery Canada history. Created by Rob Blackie and Peter Blackie, the six-episode, one-hour drama is produced by leading Canadian independent producers Take the Shot Productions, and Factory Backwards, and will be seen around the world via international broadcast partner Netflix.
Cinematic in scope, FRONTIER will be guided by celebrated filmmaker Brad Peyton (San Andreas, Incarnate, Journey 2: The Mysterious Island), who will direct the first two one-hour episodes of the series. FRONTIER will debut in 2016 exclusively in Canada on Bell Media platforms including Discovery, Discovery GO, and CraveTV, and on Netflix in other markets around the world.