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S-VOX officially takes control of new stations

Briefs | 05/28/2008 1:00 pm EDT

S-VOX, Canada’s leading provider of programming on spirituality, faith, personal growth and wellness, has officially assumed ownership of Vancouver-based CHNU-TV and its Winnipeg sister station CIIT-TV. The CRTC approved last month the acquisition of these two local stations by Christian Channel Inc., a division of S-VOX, five months after the Toronto-based multimedia company entered into an agreement to acquire the stations from Rogers Media Inc. "We are proud to add these vibrant local stations to the S-VOX family of channels, and look forward to helping them build on their current strengths to become leaders in their respective local marketplaces," said Bill Roberts, president and CEO of S-VOX. S-VOX will introduce new program schedules and new branding for CHNU-TV and CIIT-TV in September. Toronto-based marketing agencies Cundari SFP and Loopmedia have been hired to develop the re-branding campaign.

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