About Bell Canada
As Canada’s largest communications company, Bell provides consumers, businesses and government customers with solutions for all their communications needs:
- 4G LTE wireless with Bell Mobility and Virgin Mobile Canada (national)
- Bell Fibe Internet (Ontario, Québec, Atlantic Canada and Manitoba)
- Bell Fibe TV (Ontario, Québec, Atlantic Canada and Manitoba) and Bell Satellite TV (national)
- Bell Home Phone, local and long distance (Ontario, Québec, Atlantic Canada and Manitoba)
- Broadband communications technology and connectivity solutions including data hosting and cloud computing through Bell Business Markets (national)
- Bell offers industry-leading wholesale solutions including connectivity, hosted and professional services and network equipment to Canadian and international service providers
- Bell Media is Canada’s premier multimedia company in conventional, pay and specialty television; national radio; digital media; and out-of-home advertising.
- Residential and small business services
- Large and medium business
- Bell Media
- Bell Aliant
- Bell MTS
Bell Media – Canada’s premier multimedia company with leading assets in television, radio and digital media – is the newest division of Bell, established by the acquisition of CTV and its affiliated assets in April 2011.
It is a critical component of Bell’s commitment to leverage strategic investments in broadband networks to offer Canadians the best available content on any of the four screens they choose: television, smartphone, tablet and computer.
Bell Media owns 28 conventional television stations, including CTV, Canada's #1 television network, and CTV Two, the rebranded /A\ channel. In addition, it owns and operates 30 specialty channels, including CP24, BNN - Business News Network, Discovery Channel, Much, MTV, The Comedy Network, SPACE, and TSN, RDS and newly-launched RDS2, Canada's top English and French-language specialty channels.
CTV and CTV Two consistently lead all Canadian networks in having the most top-rated television shows and CTV’s non-sports specialty networks are growing their viewer bases.
Bell Media continues to pursue compelling programming to increase its subscriber base. For instance, it has the exclusive Canadian media rights to FIFA World CupTM Soccer, including 2018 FIFA World Cup RussiaTM, 2022 FIFA World Cup QatarTM and FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2016TM. All will be available across all Bell platforms.
Bell Media also owns and operates more than 30 radio stations, Dome Productions (a mobile broadcast facilities provider), and dozens of high-traffic news, sports and entertainment websites including Bell's popular TheLoop.ca portal.