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Rogers Radio teams with YouTube

Briefs | 09/04/2015 2:21 pm EDT

Rogers Communications Inc. said Friday that its radio division will team with Google Inc.'s YouTube for a weekly show that will look at the hottest trends in music, fashion, entertainment and gaming.

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