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Live TV streaming services opportunity for Corus, CEO says

News | 06/13/2018 5:30 pm EDT
Live TV streaming services opportunity for Corus, CEO says
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U.S.-based video services like Alphabet Inc.’s YouTube TV and Amazon.com Inc.’s Amazon Channels are “looking hard at Canada right now,” said Corus Entertainment Inc. CEO Doug Murphy at a telecom and media investors conference on Wednesday.

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