|Bid||66.75 x N/A|
|Ask||66.80 x N/A|
|Day's Range||66.40 - 67.16|
|52 Week Range||64.25 - 73.82|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.08|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||16.57|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.00 (2.98%)|
|1y Target Est||75.56|
Today, Rogers announced a reciprocal agreement with AT&T to extend LTE-M coverage for IoT customers of both companies, throughout Canada and the United States. Rogers IoT customers will now have the ability to roam on the AT&T LTE-M network while in the US and AT&T customers will be able to roam across the Rogers LTE-M network in Canada.
Rogers Communications Inc (TSX:RCI.B)(NYSE:RCI) is one of three dividend stocks on this list that could be great additions to your portfolio.
Shares in Rogers Communications Inc. (TSX:RCI.B)(NYSE:RCI) continued their slide in August. Find out why there may be better options out there in the Canadian telecom space, and what those might be.
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Rogers announced that its IPTV service, Ignite TVTM, is now available across New Brunswick. This innovative TV service deeply integrates the best content available and revolutionizes the entertainment experience. Customers can search for their favourite content and navigate the platform in both French and English using their voice.
The U.S. stock futures were flat heading into Tuesday trading after a three-day rebound. Investors are hoping the U.S. government will provide more stimulus to keep the economy chugging along.
Rogers Communications today said it is very disappointed by the CRTC’s decision to dramatically reduce the aggregated wholesale rates that third-party Internet resellers pay to access broadband networks in Canada. The final rates do not recognize the true cost of building and expanding Canada’s world-class broadband networks and will certainly impact Rogers future network investments. As a result of the CRTC decision, Rogers expects to record a charge of approximately $140 million in the current quarter to account for the retroactive impact of the lower rates.
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Today, Fido announced that it is eliminating data overage fees so customers can go all out, without going over, with the launch of Data Overage Protection, a feature that will be included in new Fido Data, Talk and Text plans starting today. “We know that data overage fees are a major concern for some customers, and that many hold back from using the full data included in their plans,” said Nancy Audette, Vice President, Fido. The new plans build on features Fido has introduced including 5 Extra Hours of Data, giving customers access to one free hour of data, five times a month, and Fido XTRA, offering Fido postpaid mobile and internet customers new perks every Thursday.
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To tweet this release: https://bit.ly/2YmHrNB TORONTO, Aug. 02, 2019 -- OMNI Television is part of the Canadian Debate Production Partnership (CDPP) and looks forward to.
TORONTO — Rogers Communications says Jordan Banks will take on the role of president of its Rogers Media division starting Sept. 9.The telecom company says current president Rick Brace, appointed to the role in 2015, will help in the transition until he retires from Rogers at the end of the year.Banks comes to the role from Facebook and Instagram Canada, where he has served as managing director for seven years.The Toronto-based company says his mandate will have a focus on driving growth across Rogers' sports and local channels in an increasingly digital world.Rogers Media's business includes Sportsnet, Citytv, OMNI Television, the Toronto Blue Jays, a shopping channel and radio stations.The company announced in March it had reached a deal to sell its magazine brands including Maclean's and Chatelaine, while in May it struck a deal to buy Vancouver-based podcast production company Pacific Content.In June, it also cut an unspecified number of off-air jobs across its Sportsnet organization to reposition it for the future. The cuts came after letting go of star broadcaster Bob McCown after 30 years as host of the program "Prime Time Sport."Rogers Communications CEO Joe Natale says in a statement that Brace's tenure "measurably reshaped" the company's media business for the future while noting that incoming president Banks is a "transformative digital executive." Companies in this story: (TSX:RCI.B) The Canadian Press
Rogers Communications announced today the appointment of Jordan Banks as President of Rogers Media, effective September 9, 2019. Rick Brace, who has served as President of Rogers Media since 2015, will retire from the company at the end of the year. Banks has more than 20 years of experience in the media, sports, and technology sectors. A visionary, digital leader, he brings deep global content experience and a proven track record of driving growth.
“We are committed to bringing wireless connectivity to rural, remote and northern parts of Canada,” said Rick Sellers, President of British Columbia, Rogers Communications. Rogers has worked with the the Nisg̱a’a Nation to construct five network sites to provide coverage to the villages of Gitlax̱t'aamiks, Gitwinksihlkw, Laxg̱galts’ap, and Ging̱olx. Through this unique collaboration, the Nisg̱a’a Nation constructed and funded the new sites, which are operated by Rogers on Canada’s most trusted network.