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Canwest inks deal to stream Fox shows

TORONTO — Canwest Broadcasting on Wednesday picked up the online rights to four Fox series it already airs here in primetime.

The Toronto-based broadcaster acquired the streaming rights to “Prison Break,” “Bones,” “Family Guy” and “24,” plus mobisodes and webisodes, for its Canadian network Web sites.

Canwest in August unveiled a streaming package with NBC Universal and other studio suppliers for the broadband rights to a range of U.S. shows, including “Knight Rider,” “90210,” “House,” “Heroes,” “Deal or No Deal” and “The Office.”

Source: Hollywood Reporter

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Headline, Industry News

Canwest inks deal to stream Fox shows

TORONTO — Canwest Broadcasting on Wednesday picked up the online rights to four Fox series it already airs here in primetime.

The Toronto-based broadcaster acquired the streaming rights to “Prison Break,” “Bones,” “Family Guy” and “24,” plus mobisodes and webisodes, for its Canadian network Web sites.

Canwest in August unveiled a streaming package with NBC Universal and other studio suppliers for the broadband rights to a range of U.S. shows, including “Knight Rider,” “90210,” “House,” “Heroes,” “Deal or No Deal” and “The Office.”

Source: Hollywood Reporter

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Headline, Industry News

Canwest inks deal to stream Fox shows

TORONTO — Canwest Broadcasting on Wednesday picked up the online rights to four Fox series it already airs here in primetime.

The Toronto-based broadcaster acquired the streaming rights to “Prison Break,” “Bones,” “Family Guy” and “24,” plus mobisodes and webisodes, for its Canadian network Web sites.

Canwest in August unveiled a streaming package with NBC Universal and other studio suppliers for the broadband rights to a range of U.S. shows, including “Knight Rider,” “90210,” “House,” “Heroes,” “Deal or No Deal” and “The Office.”

Source: Hollywood Reporter

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