Pay TV application by mystery party keeps industry guessing, unsure of how to respond

An unknown party that has applied for a national general interest pay television licence has the potential to cut into the multimillion dollar profits of the current regional pay monopolies, but many in the industry aren’t sure how to respond because of a lack of details about the filing.

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Bell Canada has several key executive changes with the most prominent being the departure of Michael Neuman as president of Bell Mobility and Bell Distribution Inc. after three years with the company. He played a key role in the evolution of Bell Mobility including spearheading the formation of a joint venture with British mobile virtual network operator Virgin Mobile, which is set to launch services early in March. He also championed the company’s foray into push-to-talk services.

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Colligo Networks introduces Workgroup version 4
Vancouver-based Colligo Networks Inc. introduced Workgroup Edition 4.0 at the Microsoft Windows Anywhere conference in San Francisco. New features available with the fourth version include: secure Microsoft Windows-style folder and printer sharing; one-button touch Wi-Fi networking; archiving; enhanced security; and improved user interface. With more than 250,000 licences of Colligo’s products shipped worldwide and approximately 50,000 Workgroup Edition users in the accounting industry, the company’s software is fast becoming the instant networking solution of choice.

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Navigata Communications gets cash infusion from parent company SaskTel

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CNM Editorial

The opinions expressed in this editorial are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Decima Reports.
Canadian NEW MEDIA was unable to run, this week, a story based on its conversation with Lynda Brown, head of New Media BC, about the upcoming VIDFEST conference. To be held June 15-17, the conference has a five-track agenda concentrating on the most exciting digital content areas in the industry today, including mobile and video games. It promises to be an exciting event with a strong emphasis on content creation, and includes partners and participants from all over the world.

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