Corus Entertainment

Apple Inc. announced a subscription news service Monday that counts the Toronto Star, La Presse, CTV News and Global News among its Canadian content suppliers.
Consumers will see "fewer, better" specialty TV channels and more targeted advertising from Corus Entertainment, company executives said this week as they explained their plan for rebuild
Sports commentary, Food Network Canada programming and the iHeartRadio Much Music Video Awards will be livestreaming soon on Canadian Twitter feeds.
Shares of Corus Entertainment Inc. soared in trading Thursday after the company beat expectations as it reported a second-quarter profit of $40 million.
The collaboration between Corus Entertainment and Ottawa-based You.i TV continued Tuesday when Corus announced the launch of two new television apps.
You.i TV’s banner 2015 got even better on Monday, when the Ottawa software company announced it has landed $15 million in venture capital funding.