TELUS Signs on with Bell Media’s “Project Latte” Streaming TV Service

Bell Media announced “Project Latte” last week, their upcoming streaming TV service which is set to feature “the best content on television”, such as extensive offerings to HBO’s past and present library.

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Yesterday, TELUS announced it had signed on with Bell Media in a distribution deal, bringing “Project Latte” to its customers.

At launch, “Project Latte” will be available for subscribers of TELUS Optik TV, Bell Fibe TV, Bell Aliant FibreOP TV, and Bell Satellite TV.

Kevin Crull, President Bell Media, said in a statement it has lofty goals of “serving every TV subscriber in Canada with Project Latte,” which will be available on mobile apps, the web, game consoles, and smart TVs.

Since this requires a TV subscription, it’ll be interesting how many people will be able to use it. More details will be released as to what other content “Project Latte” will entail. Stay tuned!

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  • “Since this requires a TV subscription, …” so it’s useless.

  • Geoffrey Spencer

    Agreed. When are these companies going to learn the word: cord-cutter?

  • Chrome262

    maybe it will be as good as Shomi lol

  • I just need one channel : a Quebec local news channel like RDI. I’m willing to pay 5$/month just to have _one_ channel streamed over the internet. I don’t need anything else.

  • Flash

    So we will get access to HBO without an HBO subscription? I “cut the cord” 6 months ago, but technically still have basic Telus Optik (they gave it to be to remain on high speed in my area) – so I’ll definitely try this out when it’s released.