TV

Apple Partners with Sesame Workshop to Produce Kids’ Programming

According to a new report from Deadline, Apple is partnering with Sesame Workshop to create live-action and animated series for children. Sesame Street will not be included as HBO has the exclusive streaming rights to new episodes. Apple is continuing to make huge content deals. Just last week, the company announced a multi-year content deal...

Apple Close to Making Deal for Animated Movie with Cartoon Saloon

According to a new report from Bloomberg, Apple is very close to signing a deal with Cartoon Saloon, an animation studio in Ireland, for their own animated movie. Cartoon Saloon has made a number of Academy Award-nominated films including "The Breadwinner," "The Song of the Sea," and "The Secret of Kells." The animation studio and...

Apple’s TV iOS App Rolling Out in Canada Ahead of Tomorrow’s Launch

Apple announced at its recent September special event their TV iOS app would be launching in Canada, finally expanding outside the U.S. for the first time. With the release of iOS 11 GM to developers, the TV iOS app has started to gone live for some users, such as iPhoneinCanada.ca reader Aaron (@theadub): TV apps...

CBC TV App Launches on Apple TV [u]

Today, CBC has launched their CBC TV app on the Apple TV.  Watch full episodes of your favourite CBC shows including Heartland, Coronation Street, Dragons' Den, Murdoch Mysteries, Schitt's Creek, Kim's Convenience, The Nature of Things and more, for free with CBC TV. Here is a full list of the app's features: New episodes added daily...

Facebook Will Reportedly Launch Two Dozen Premium TV Shows in June

Facebook is reportedly closer than expected to making a big push into television. According to a new report from Business Insider, the company is developing around 24 shows and plans to premiere them in June. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in February that he wanted users to come to the service for “episodic content.” This...

Bell Canada to Launch New Internet Streaming Service

According to a new report from TheStar, Bell Canada will launch a new streaming service to attract customers who prefer watching videos over the internet instead of traditional TV service. CEO George Cope said the company will announce its plans within the next four to six weeks. The company is trying to combat the trend...