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New TV, streaming offerings eyed to help stem piracy

News | 06/06/2017 3:26 pm EDT
Bell Media's Stewart Johnston speaks to TSN sportscaster Rod Smith at the Canadian Telecom Summit in Toronto on June 6./Wire Report photo by Anja Karadeglija

TORONTO — Products like new streaming TV services and sports-focused TV-everywhere offerings will help the industry curb piracy, according to Stewart Johnston, president of BCE Inc.’s Bell Media studios and TSN.

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