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Rogers loses wireless subs as NHL boosts media revenue

Briefs | 01/29/2015 4:01 pm EST

Rogers Communications Inc.'s fourth-quarter results on Thursday indicated that its national hockey broadcasts are bringing in more money, though the company reported a year-over-year decline in wireless subscribers.

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