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Bell, Rogers to increase sports channels prices for bars

Briefs | 03/22/2017 9:38 pm EDT

BCE Inc. and Rogers Communications Inc. are removing TSN, RDS and Sportsnet from traditional TV subscriptions for business customers with a liquor license and offering the channels separately at an additional cost, according to a National Post report.  

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