Tag: Hockey

Chris Cuthbert crosses street to Sportsnet

In a big get for Rogers Sports & Media, longtime TSN sportscaster Chris Cuthbert is making the move to Sportsnet. Rogers announced Friday that Cuthbert...

TV & Film News – Wildbrain temporarily reduces salaries, furloughs staff

Wildbrain is temporarily reducing salaries and furloughing some employees. In releasing its Q3 2020 earnings, the Halifax-headquartered children’s entertainment company revealed it’s initiated $2.0...

Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast: ‘In Conversation’ with Ron MacLean

On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, Ron MacLean talks about the new digital series, In Conversation with Ron MacLean, he's hosting...

TSN, RDS claim broadcast rights for new 3ICE hockey league

TSN and RDS have picked up the Canadian broadcast rights for 3ICE, a new independent three-on-three professional hockey league set to make its debut...

Hockey broadcaster Jim Hughson to receive Foster Hewitt Memorial Award

Hockey broadcaster Jim Hughson and writer and NHL communications executive Frank Brown have been named as this year's Hockey Hall of Fame NHL Media...

Hockey journalist Jason Botchford dead at 48

Well-respected Vancouver hockey writer and TSN 1040 (CKST-AM) contributor Jason Botchford has passed away unexpectedly. He was 48. Botchford's family issued a statement Wednesday revealing...

WAB names Boyd Kozak and Bob Ridley to Hall of Fame

Longtime Winnipeg radio personality Boyd Kozak and Bob Ridley, sports director at CHAT 94.5 FM Medicine Hat, have been announced as this year's inductees...

First Cree-language NHL broadcast to air Mar. 24

Sportsnet and APTN are teaming up to make Canadian broadcast history with the first Cree-language NHL broadcast to take place Mar. 24. Coinciding with the...

#TV and #Film News In Brief

The Toronto Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadiens NHL season opener was the most-watched opening night game on Sportsnet since 2014. The game drew an...

Bob Cole returns to HNIC broadcast booth for 50th and final...

Bob Cole will return to the Hockey Night in Canada broadcast booth for a 50th and final season. Sportsnet says Cole, 85, is scheduled to...

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