History Creator / CTV

17th Feb '16 6:23:54 PM BuddyBoy600alt
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheBeatles''
* ''Series/TheBradyBunch''


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* ''Series/GilligansIsland''
* ''WesternAnimation/SonicTheHedgehog''
* ''Series/TheWeakestLink''
* ''Series/WhoWantsToBeAMillionaire''
13th Feb '16 5:43:11 PM BuddyBoy600alt
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* ''[[Series/AmericanIdol Canadian Idol]]''

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13th Feb '16 5:42:21 PM BuddyBoy600alt
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!! Shows that has aired on CTV

* ''[[Series/AmericanIdol Canadian Idol]]''
12th Feb '16 6:39:32 PM MarcoPolo250
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"CTV" doesn't legally stand for anything, but nearly everyone [[CommonKnowledge assumes]] it to mean "Canadian Television". Many {{Station Ident}}s, by American branding firm Pittard Sullivan, have capitalized on this assumption.

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"CTV" doesn't legally stand for anything, but nearly everyone [[CommonKnowledge assumes]] it to mean "Canadian Television". Many {{Station Ident}}s, by American branding firm Pittard Sullivan, have capitalized on this assumption.
assumption. Today, It is owned by Bell Media, who also own Creator/{{The Comedy Network}}, [=MuchMusic=], Space, TSN, and Canadian versions of Creator/{{MTV}}, Creator/{{Discovery Channel}} (along with Creator/{{Animal Planet}} and Creator/{{Investigation Discovery}}), [[Creator/{{E}} E!]], and Creator/{{HBO}} among others.
20th Jan '16 2:58:42 PM fop1234
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20th Jan '16 2:57:55 PM fop1234
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->''Tuned into you...''
-->-- Network advertising slogan during the early 1990s
7th Jan '16 11:23:08 AM nombretomado
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Unfortunately, it seems as though recent [=CanCon=] efforts have not been quite so fruitful. ''Series/DegrassiTheNextGeneration'' saw its ratings fall so far that the show had to make a ChannelHop to cable sibling [=MuchMusic=] (avoiding outright cancellation [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff thanks to its immense popularity in the lucrative American market]]); ''The Bridge'' was cancelled after a season; ''Hiccups'', ''Series/DanForMayor'', and the popular ''[[SoYouThinkYouCanDance So You Think You Can Dance Canada]]'' were all cancelled in September 2011.

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Unfortunately, it seems as though recent [=CanCon=] efforts have not been quite so fruitful. ''Series/DegrassiTheNextGeneration'' saw its ratings fall so far that the show had to make a ChannelHop to cable sibling [=MuchMusic=] (avoiding outright cancellation [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff thanks to its immense popularity in the lucrative American market]]); ''The Bridge'' was cancelled after a season; ''Hiccups'', ''Series/DanForMayor'', and the popular ''[[SoYouThinkYouCanDance ''[[Series/SoYouThinkYouCanDance So You Think You Can Dance Canada]]'' were all cancelled in September 2011.
24th Oct '15 5:25:07 PM nombretomado
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CTV Two was established for the 2011-12 television season. It's a re-branding of what was formerly called "A" (before that, A-Channel, and before ''that'', [=NewNet=], as well as, in Atlantic Canada, the regional cable channel ASN [Atlantic Satellite Network], which itself is now [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CTV_Two_Atlantic CTV Two Atlantic]]); it has a PrimeTime schedule composed primarily of [[ReRun reruns]] and "surplus" American shows with lower ratings. The flagship network continues to be known as simply "CTV", with no "One" or any other modifier attached.

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CTV Two was established for the 2011-12 television season. It's a re-branding of what was formerly called "A" (before that, A-Channel, and before ''that'', [=NewNet=], as well as, in Atlantic Canada, the regional cable channel ASN [Atlantic Satellite Network], which itself is now [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CTV_Two_Atlantic CTV Two Atlantic]]); it has a PrimeTime UsefulNotes/PrimeTime schedule composed primarily of [[ReRun reruns]] and "surplus" American shows with lower ratings. The flagship network continues to be known as simply "CTV", with no "One" or any other modifier attached.
18th May '15 3:42:52 PM Brainbin
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Famously, CTV wrested the Olympics away from the CBC starting with the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, paying top dollar and nearly being bankrupted when the recession hit; luckily, and unlike in the case of Creator/{{NBC}}'s infamous experience with the 1980 Olympics, they were a huge success. CBC did, however, regain the rights to the Olympics and will be doing so beginning in 2014. CTV has also succeeded with gaining the rights to the World Cup until 2022. Also, the network had also shown an interest in poaching ''Series/HockeyNightInCanada'', the CBC's last remaining bastion in the ratings, but they've been unable as of yet, having lost the new NHL broadcast contract to Rogers Media. They ''did'', however, succeed in taking the famous ''[[CrowningMusicOfAwesome theme music]]'', currently owned by sister cable channel TSN (which is not only a Canadian version of Creator/{{ESPN}}, but is itself partly owned by the network); perhaps someday they'll be [[StarCrossedLovers reunited]] at Rogers...


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Famously, CTV wrested the Olympics away from the CBC starting with the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, paying top dollar and nearly being bankrupted when the recession hit; luckily, and unlike in the case of Creator/{{NBC}}'s infamous experience with the 1980 Olympics, they were a huge success. CBC did, however, regain the rights to the Olympics and will be doing so beginning in 2014. CTV has also succeeded with gaining the rights to the World Cup until 2022. Also, the network had also shown an interest in poaching ''Series/HockeyNightInCanada'', the CBC's last remaining bastion in the ratings, but they've been unable as of yet, having lost the new NHL broadcast contract to Rogers Media. They ''did'', however, succeed in taking the famous ''[[CrowningMusicOfAwesome theme music]]'', currently owned by sister cable channel TSN (which is not only a Canadian version of Creator/{{ESPN}}, but is itself partly owned by the network); perhaps someday they'll be [[StarCrossedLovers reunited]] at Rogers...

reunited]]...

17th May '15 10:25:17 PM nombretomado
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Famously, CTV wrested the Olympics away from the CBC starting with the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, paying top dollar and nearly being bankrupted when the recession hit; luckily, and unlike in the case of Creator/{{NBC}}'s infamous experience with the 1980 Olympics, they were a huge success. CBC did, however, regain the rights to the Olympics and will be doing so beginning in 2014. CTV has also succeeded with gaining the rights to the World Cup until 2022. Also, the network had also shown an interest in poaching ''HockeyNightInCanada'', the CBC's last remaining bastion in the ratings, but they've been unable as of yet, having lost the new NHL broadcast contract to Rogers Media. They ''did'', however, succeed in taking the famous ''[[CrowningMusicOfAwesome theme music]]'', currently owned by sister cable channel TSN (which is not only a Canadian version of Creator/{{ESPN}}, but is itself partly owned by the network); perhaps someday they'll be [[StarCrossedLovers reunited]] at Rogers...


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Famously, CTV wrested the Olympics away from the CBC starting with the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, paying top dollar and nearly being bankrupted when the recession hit; luckily, and unlike in the case of Creator/{{NBC}}'s infamous experience with the 1980 Olympics, they were a huge success. CBC did, however, regain the rights to the Olympics and will be doing so beginning in 2014. CTV has also succeeded with gaining the rights to the World Cup until 2022. Also, the network had also shown an interest in poaching ''HockeyNightInCanada'', ''Series/HockeyNightInCanada'', the CBC's last remaining bastion in the ratings, but they've been unable as of yet, having lost the new NHL broadcast contract to Rogers Media. They ''did'', however, succeed in taking the famous ''[[CrowningMusicOfAwesome theme music]]'', currently owned by sister cable channel TSN (which is not only a Canadian version of Creator/{{ESPN}}, but is itself partly owned by the network); perhaps someday they'll be [[StarCrossedLovers reunited]] at Rogers...

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