| Alliance Atlantis Communications (Others) | CHCA-TV | MSNBC Canada4 | Fox Sports World Canada | Shaw Media | Western International Communications | CJBN-TV | Shomi2. On June 13, 2018, The Globe and Mail reported that the Shaw family was exploring the sale of its shares in Corus, in order to fund future expansion of the Freedom Mobile business. International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, Motion Picture Association/Credits Variants, International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees/Credits Variants, https://logo-timeline.fandom.com/wiki/Corus_Entertainment?oldid=95848. The normal version is seen on Polly and the ZhuZhu Pets. Content is available under $1 unless otherwise noted. Corus Entertainment started operation on …

Corus also made a $1.013 billion write-down on its broadcasting businesses, resulting in a quarterly loss of $935.9 million, and cut its dividend to 24 cents. Explore Wikis; Community Central; Start a Wiki; Search This wiki This wiki All wikis | Sign In Don't have an account?

Closing Logo Group Wikia is a FANDOM TV Community. As a result, Canadian versions of Disney Channel in English and French launched on September 1, 2015. This aspect of the deal, intended to quell concerns from the CRTC regarding Bell's total market share after the merger, was approved by the Competition Bureau on March 18, 2013. Starting in 2002, the byline "Nelvana is a COrUs Entertainment Company" was added (with "COrUs" written in its corporate font), and the logo animation was shifted up from the zoom-out. Corus Entertainment's voting majority is held by the company's founder JR Shaw and his family, and a 40% stake of Corus stock was formerly held by Shaw Communications. In an unrelated deal, Corus also announced that it would acquire Shaw Media's stakes in ABC Spark, Historia, and Séries+ in exchange for cash and its minority stake in Food Network. Alliance Atlantis | Canwest Global Communications Corp. | Shaw Media | Western International Communications, Defunct They’re their own men (and women) who do things their own way and forge their own path in life. Byline: . An variant exists where the logo is still on a white background, and ENTERTAINMENT is black. Music/Sounds: The closing theme. 5Co-owned with NBCUniversal. In 2000, it later participated in the break-up of Western International Communications along with CanWest Global and sister company Shaw, Corus acquired WIC's 12 radio stations and some of its specialty channels. On November 9, 2010, Hasbro Studios signed an agreement with Corus to broadcast their productions on its networks. "Crazy Corus" "The Flashing Tunnel". 3Co-owned with Scripps Networks Interactive. Subscribers to TMN and TMN Encore were migrated to Super Channel and MovieMax!—ending the regional monopolies that TMN and Movie Central held in eastern and western Canada respectively. The decision to spin out the properties, into what would be known as Corus Entertainment, was meant to comply with Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) recommendations at the time which discouraged vertical integration by cable companies who also owned media properties. Since September 2016, following the merger of the Shaw Media properties into Corus, the Corus-operated CTV affiliates have also carried Global News programming. Formed in 1999 as a spin-off from Shaw Communications, it is headquartered at Corus Quay in Toronto, Ontario, and has prominent holdings in the radio, publishing, and television industries. For several years, Corus managed advertising operations (such as TV listings channels) for Shaw's cable systems, although this operation has since been discontinued. Corus also sold its Red Deer, Alberta stations CKGY-FM and CIZZ-FM to Newcap Radio. Corus would be a separate, publicly traded company, first listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange in September 1999, but would still be primarily controlled by the Shaw family. Corus indicated that these purchases were meant to help the company expand its television holdings in the competitive Quebec market. In its third-quarter financial report, Corus reported a year-over-year loss of $91 million, in comparison to a profit of $133 million in 2017. As the two companies are both effectively controlled by JR Shaw, the CRTC considers Corus Entertainment and Shaw Communications to be a single entity in regards to certain policies, such as the "Diversity of Voices" policy and a vertical integration rule requiring television providers to carry three channels owned by unaffiliated parties for each co-owned channel they offer: due to the effective control, Corus networks carried by Shaw television services are subject to this rule.

Games Movies TV Video. The transaction was being used to fund Shaw Communications' purchase of wireless carrier Wind Mobile. On the extended variant, a held note is hard with electronic sound, then it becomes the two more orchestra/choir. Additionally, the CRTC considered Corus's "acquisition" of Shaw Media to be a reorganization of the assets of JR Shaw. Content is available under $1 unless otherwise noted. Wikis. 1st logo (1999-2016) Logo:Over a black background, a multicoloured vortex flashes, forming the corporate logo of Corus Entertainment, which is various decorative designs of “COruS” with “ENTERTAINMENT“ below. 3 Community channels owned by Shaw Cablesystems. In May 2002, Corus announced that it had acquired a 50% stake in Locomotion, a Latin American and Spanish channel focusing primarily of animated series targeting teens and young adults. Corus Entertainment Inc. (stylized as corus.) One of these stations, CHAU-TV, was later re-sold to Télé Inter-Rives. In September 1998, JR Shaw and Shaw Media CEO John Cassaday announced plans for Shaw Communications to spin-out its media properties, including radio stations and television specialty channels, into a new company.

It doesn't help matters for people who have epileptic seizures. 2 Joint-venture with Rogers Communications. The green dot now becomes part of the new Corus logo, consisting of "corus" with the green dot next to the "s". Starting in 2007, the logo is given a enchanted look, consisting of "COrUs" still glowing after the logo is formed, plus "E N T E R T A I N M E N T" also forms at the same time as "COrUs" Corus Entertainment Inc.is a Canadian multinationalmass media and entertainment conglomeratecompany headquartered at theCorus QuayinToronto,Ontario.Formed in 1999 as a spin-off fromShaw Communications, it is headquartered atCorus QuayinToronto,Ontario, and has prominent holdings in the radio, publishing, and television industries.