Citytv launches new subscription streaming service

Citytv has launched a new subscription streaming service on Amazon Prime Video.

Citytv+ will offer live and on-demand access to series like The Bachelorette, Law & Order, Canada’s Got Talent, Atlanta, Chicago Med/Fire/P.D., in addition to titles from FX and FXX like The AmericansSons of Anarchy, AtlantaThe ShieldDamagesBetter Things, and Baskets. Multicultural broadcaster OMNI TV is also available on Prime via Citytv+ with daily third-language newscasts in Arabic, Cantonese, Filipino, Italian, Mandarin, and Punjabi, plus locally-produced programming in more than 20 languages.

CityNews 24/7 will offer digital news, including the latest headlines, weather, and traffic, as well as live coverage of Breakfast Television and CityNews local newscasts. Now streaming on Prime Video, Rogers Sports & Media says CityNews 24/7 will be expanding to other platforms.

Available to Prime members, Citytv+ is available for $4.99 per month and includes a free 30-day trial. Prime members can also access a free tier of Citytv’s live programming schedule. 

“It’s been exciting to work with our partners at Prime Video to launch Citytv+ and showcase the incredible work by our teams through shows like Canada’s Got Talent, while also giving Canadians another way to binge our hit content like The Bachelorette, Chicago Med, Fire, and P.D., Law & Order, and Mayans M.C.,” said Julie Adam, President of News & Entertainment, Rogers Sports & Media, in a release. “When it comes to news, the world has never needed trusted journalism more than it does today, and CityNews 24/7 ensures more audiences can access the powerful storytelling from our world-class journalists.” 

“Citytv+ offers advertisers new and incremental reach to engage streaming audiences in both on-demand and live TV content. With dynamic ad insertion technology and first-party data, we continue to build on our position as leaders in Connected TV and streaming in Canada and work even more closely with marketers on total TV opportunities across all platforms,” added Janice Smith, Vice President of National Media Sales, Rogers Sports & Media.

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