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List of assets owned by Bell Media

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a list of assets currently owned by Bell Media, a subsidiary of BCE Inc.

Note that this list does not include BCE's 28% interest in Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment, which itself owns a majority interest in the digital specialty channels Leafs Nation Network, NBA TV Canada, and GolTV Canada. This interest is held by BCE through a different subsidiary, not through Bell Media.

This list also does not enumerate the various telecommunications or retail assets owned by BCE. For further information on those properties, refer to the article on Bell Canada.

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CTV Inc.

CTV Inc. is the wholly-owned television broadcasting division of Bell Media. Bell Media owns 30 local television stations led by CTV Television Network; 29 specialty channels, including TSN and RDS; and four pay TV services, including Crave (formerly The Movie Network) and Super Écran.[1]

CTV Inc. owns and operates the following stations, specialty channels, and pay-per-view & video-on-demand services.

Conventional television

Stations are arranged alphabetically by city of licence. Dates when the respective station was purchased by Bell Media or a corporate antecedent (CHUM, Baton, CTVglobemedia) are recognized; this does not include instances of when a station was sold from one antecedent to another, ex., CHRO-TV being sold from Baton to CHUM in 1997.

  • A lavender blue background indicates the flagship station of the respective network or television system.
  • A blue background indicates a television station transmitting in analogue.
  • (**) – Indicates station was built and signed on by Bell Media or a corporate antecedent (CHUM, Baton, CTVglobemedia).


CTV owned-and-operated stations
Call sign City of licence TV RF Owned since
CFCN-DT Calgary, AB 4 29 1996
CFRN-DT Edmonton, AB 3 12 1997
CJCH-DT Halifax, NS 5 48 1971
CKCO-DT Kitchener, ON 13 13 1997
CKCW-DT Moncton, NB 29 29 1972
CFCF-DT Montreal, QC 12 12 2001
CKNY-TV North Bay, ON 10 12 1990
CJOH-DT Ottawa, ON 13 13 1987
CIPA-TV** Prince Albert, SK 9 (analogue) 1987
CKCK-DT Regina, SK 2 8 1985
CKLT-DT Saint John, NB 9 9 1972
CFQC-DT Saskatoon, SK 8 8 1972
CHBX-TV Sault Ste. Marie, ON 2 (analogue) 1990
CICI-TV Sudbury, ON 5 (analogue) 1990
CJCB-TV Sydney, NS 4 25 1971
CITO-TV Timmins, ON 3 (analogue) 1990
CFTO-DT** Toronto, ON 9 8 1960
CIVT-DT** Vancouver, BC 32 32 1997
CKY-DT Winnipeg, MB 7 7 2001
CICC-TV Yorkton, SK 10 (analogue) 1986


CTV 2 owned-and-operated stations
Call sign City of licence TV RF Owned since
CKVR-DT Barrie, ON 3 10 1969
CJDC-TV Dawson Creek, BC 5 (analogue) 2013[α]
CFPL-DT London, ON 10 10 1992
CHRO-DT-43** Ottawa, ON 43 7 1997
CHRO-TV Pembroke, ON 5 (analogue) 1990
CFTK-TV Terrace, BC 3 (analogue) 2013[α]
CIVI-DT** Victoria, BC 23 23 2001
CHWI-DT** WheatleyWindsor, ON 16 16 1993


Noovo owned-and-operated stations
Call sign City of licence TV RF Owned since
CFJP-DT Montreal, QC 35 35 2020
CFAP-DT Quebec City, QC 2 39 2020
CFRS-DT Saguenay, QC 4 13 2020
CFKS-DT Sherbrooke, QC 30 30 2020
CFKM-DT Trois-Rivières, QC 16 34 2020

Specialty channels



CTV Entertainment

CTV News

CTV Specialty

CTV Specialty Television Inc. is jointly owned by Bell Media and ESPN Inc., with 70% and 30% voting interests respectively, and approximately 70% and 30% equity interests respectively. ESPN itself is 80% owned by The Walt Disney Company and 20% owned by Hearst Corporation.

Premium and PPV

Other English-language

Other French-language

Other assets

  • Dome Productions (owned by Bell Media and Rogers Media Inc.) — a multi-platform production company that operates a fleet of 18 television production mobiles, one production/uplink truck, and three KU uplink tractors. For over 30 years, Dome’s head office was located in the Rogers Centre in Toronto. The company has since moved to 130 Merton Street in 2023.[1][3]
  • Exploration Production Inc. and Exploration Distribution Inc. (56.06% owned by Bell Media) — were Discovery Channel Canada's in-house production and distribution companies. In February 2021, EPI and EDI were folded into Bell Media Studios.[4]
  • Movie Entertainment — was Crave's monthly in-house magazine before its publication ended in April 2021.

Bell Media Radio

Bell Media Radio (branded as iHeartRadio Canada) is the wholly-owned radio broadcasting division of Bell Media. Through iHeartRadio Canada, Bell Media also owns iHeartRadio Canada Sales and operates a localized version of the iHeartRadio online radio platform owned by iHeartMedia.[5]

Bell Media owns the following radio network brands:[2]

Current stations

  • An orange background indicates a French language format.
  • (**) – Indicates station was built and signed on by Bell Media or a corporate antecedent (CHUM, Baton, CTVglobemedia).
City of licence Call sign Frequency Band Branding Format Owned since
Amqui, QC CFVM-FM 99.9 FM Rouge FM Adult contemporary 2013[α]
Bathurst, NB CKBC-FM 104.9 FM Bounce Adult hits 2013[α]
Brandon, MB CKX-FM 96.1 FM Bounce Adult hits 2013[α]
Brandon, MB CKXA-FM 101.1 FM Pure Country Country music 2013[α]
Brockville, ON CJPT-FM 103.7 FM Bounce Adult hits 1996
Brockville, ON CFJR-FM 104.9 FM Move Radio Adult contemporary 1996
Calgary, AB CIBK-FM 98.5 FM Virgin Radio Contemporary hits 2013[α]
Calgary, AB CJAY-FM 92.1 FM CJAY 92 Mainstream rock 2013[α]
Dawson Creek, BC CJDC 890 AM Pure Country Country music 2013[α]
Drummondville, QC CHRD-FM 105.3 FM Rouge FM Adult contemporary 2013[α]
Drummondville, QC CJDM-FM 92.1 FM Énergie Contemporary hits 2013[α]
Edmonton, AB CFBR-FM 100.3 FM The Bear Active rock 2013[α]
Edmonton, AB CFMG-FM 104.9 FM Virgin Radio Contemporary hits 2013[α]
Fort Nelson, BC CKRX-FM 102.3 FM Bounce Adult hits 2013[α]
Fort St. John, BC CHRX-FM 98.5 FM Move Radio Adult contemporary 2013[α]
Fort St. John, BC CKNL-FM 101.5 FM Bounce Adult hits 2013[α]
Fredericton, NB CKHJ 1260 AM Pure Country Country music 2013[α]
Fredericton, NB CFXY-FM 105.3 FM Bounce Adult hits 2013[α]
Fredericton, NB CIBX-FM 106.9 FM Move Radio Adult contemporary 2013[α]
Gatineau, QC CIMF-FM 94.9 FM Rouge FM Adult contemporary 2013[α]
Gatineau, QC CKTF-FM 104.1 FM Énergie Contemporary hits 2013[α]
Golden, BC CKGR-FM 106.3 FM Bounce Adult hits 2013[α]
Grand Falls, NB CIKX-FM 93.5 FM Bounce Adult hits 2013[α]
Halifax, NS CJCH-FM 101.3 FM Virgin Radio Contemporary hits 1970
Halifax, NS CIOO-FM** 100.1 FM Move Radio Adult contemporary 1977
Hamilton, ON CKLH-FM 102.9 FM Bounce Adult hits 2013[α]
Kawartha Lakes, ON CKLY-FM 91.9 FM Bounce Adult hits 2000
Kelowna, BC CKFR 1150 AM AM 1150 Talk radio 2013[α]
Kelowna, BC CHSU-FM 99.9 FM Virgin Radio Contemporary hits 2013[α]
Kelowna, BC CILK-FM 101.5 FM Move Radio Adult contemporary 2013[α]
Kingston, ON CFLY-FM 98.3 FM Move Radio Adult contemporary 1996
Kingston, ON CKLC-FM 98.9 FM Pure Country Country music 1996
Kitimat, BC CKTK-FM 97.7 FM Bounce Adult hits 2013[α]
London, ON CIQM-FM 97.5 FM Virgin Radio Contemporary hits 2013[α]
London, ON CJBX-FM 92.7 FM Pure Country Country music 2013[α]
Magog, QC CIMO-FM 106.1 FM Énergie Contemporary hits 2013[α]
Midland, ON CICZ-FM 104.1 FM Bounce Adult hits 2018[β]
Montreal, QC CKGM 690 AM TSN Radio Sports radio 1985
Montreal, QC CJAD 800 AM CJAD 800 Talk radio 2013[α]
Montreal, QC CHOM-FM 97.7 FM CHOM 977 Mainstream rock 2013[α][a]
Montreal, QC CJFM-FM 95.9 FM Virgin Radio Contemporary hits 2013[α]
Montreal, QC CKMF-FM 94.3 FM Énergie Contemporary hits 2013[α]
Montreal, QC CITE-FM 107.3 FM Rouge FM Adult contemporary 2013[α]
Nelson, BC CKKC-FM 106.9 FM Bounce Adult hits 2013[α]
Orillia, ON CICX-FM 105.9 FM Pure Country Country music 2018[β]
Osoyoos, BC CJOR 1240 AM Bounce Adult hits 2013[α]
Ottawa, ON CFRA 580 AM 580 CFRA Talk radio 1968
Ottawa, ON CFGO 1200 AM TSN Radio Sports radio 1999
Ottawa, ON CKKL-FM 93.9 FM Pure Country Country music 1968
Ottawa, ON CJMJ-FM 100.3 FM Move Radio Adult contemporary 1999
Owen Sound, ON CJOS-FM 92.3 FM Bounce Adult hits 2018[β]
Pembroke, ON CHVR-FM 96.7 FM Pure Country Country music 2013[α]
Penticton, BC CKOR 800 AM Bounce Adult hits 2013[α]
Penticton, BC CJMG-FM 97.1 FM Move Radio Adult contemporary 2013[α]
Peterborough, ON CKPT-FM 99.7 FM Move Radio Adult contemporary 1984
Peterborough, ON CKQM-FM 105.1 FM Pure Country Country music 1984
Prince Rupert, BC CHTK-FM 99.1 FM Bounce Adult hits 2013[α]
Quebec City, QC CHIK-FM 98.9 FM Énergie Contemporary hits 2013[α]
Quebec City, QC CITF-FM 107.5 FM Rouge FM Adult contemporary 2013[α]
Regina, SK CHBD-FM 92.7 FM Pure Country Country music 2013[α]
Revelstoke, BC CKCR-FM 106.1 FM Bounce Adult hits 2013[α]
Rimouski, QC CIKI-FM 98.7 FM Énergie Contemporary hits 2013[α]
Rimouski, QC CJOI-FM 102.9 FM Rouge FM Adult contemporary 2013[α]
Rouyn-Noranda, QC CJMM-FM 99.1 FM Énergie Contemporary hits 2013[α]
Saguenay, QC CFIX-FM 96.9 FM Rouge FM Adult contemporary 2013[α]
Saguenay, QC CJAB-FM 94.5 FM Énergie Contemporary hits 2013[α]
Saint-Hyacinthe, QC CFEI-FM 106.5 FM Boom FM Oldies 2013[α]
Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, QC CFZZ-FM 104.1 FM Boom FM Oldies 2013[α]
Salmon Arm, BC CKXR-FM 91.5 FM Bounce Adult hits 2013[α]
Sherbrooke, QC CITE-FM-1 102.7 FM Rouge FM Adult contemporary 2013[α]
St. Catharines, ON CKTB 610 AM Newstalk 610 Talk radio 2013[α]
St. Catharines, ON CHRE-FM 105.7 FM Move Radio Adult contemporary 2013[α]
St. Catharines, ON CHTZ-FM 97.7 FM 97.7 HTZ-FM Active rock 2013[α]
Sudbury, ON CICS-FM 91.7 FM Pure Country Country music 2018[β]
Summerland, BC CHOR-FM 98.5 FM Bounce Adult hits 2013[α]
Terrace, BC CFTK 590 AM Bounce Adult hits 2013[α]
Terrace, BC CJFW-FM 103.1 FM Pure Country Country music 2013[α]
Toronto, ON CFRB 1010 AM Newstalk 1010 Talk radio 2013[α]
Toronto, ON CHUM** 1050 AM TSN Radio Sports radio 1945
Toronto, ON CHUM-FM** 104.5 FM CHUM 104.5 Hot AC 1963
Toronto, ON CKFM-FM 99.9 FM Virgin Radio Contemporary hits 2013[α]
Trail, BC CJAT-FM 95.7 FM Bounce Adult hits 2013[α]
Trois-Rivières, QC CHEY-FM 94.7 FM Rouge FM Adult contemporary 2013[α]
Trois-Rivières, QC CIGB-FM 102.3 FM Énergie Contemporary hits 2013[α]
Truro, NS CKTO-FM 100.9 FM Bounce Adult hits 2013[α]
Truro, NS CKTY 99.5 FM Pure Country Country music 2013[α]
Val-d'Or, QC CJMV-FM 102.7 FM Énergie Contemporary hits 2013[α]
Vancouver, BC CFBT-FM 94.5 FM Virgin Radio Contemporary hits 2007
Vancouver, BC CHQM-FM 103.5 FM Move Radio Adult contemporary 1990
Vernon, BC CICF-FM 105.7 FM Pure Country Country music 2013[α]
Victoria, BC CFAX 1070 AM CFAX 1070 Talk radio 2004
Victoria, BC CHBE-FM 107.3 FM Virgin Radio Contemporary hits 2004
Waterloo, ON CKKW-FM 99.5 FM Bounce Adult hits 1993
Waterloo, ON CFCA-FM 105.3 FM Virgin Radio Contemporary hits 1993
Windsor, ON CKLW 800 AM AM 800 Talk radio 1993[b]
Windsor, ON CIDR-FM 93.9 FM Virgin Radio Contemporary hits 1993
Windsor, ON CIMX-FM 88.7 FM Pure Country Country music 1985
Winnipeg, MB CFWM-FM 99.9 FM Bounce Adult hits 2001
Winnipeg, MB CKMM-FM 103.1 FM Virgin Radio Contemporary hits 2013[α]
Woodstock, NB CJCJ-FM 104.1 FM Pure Country Country music 2013[α]

Former stations

City of licence Call sign Frequency Band Years owned Current status
Calgary, AB CKMX 1060 AM 2013–2023[α] Defunct, ceased operations in 2023[c]
Edmonton, AB CFRN 1260 AM 2013–2023[α] Defunct, ceased operations in 2023[c]
Edmonton, AB CHBN-FM** 91.7 FM 2005–2010 Owned by Rogers Sports & Media
Hamilton, ON CHAM 820 AM 2013–2023[α] To be sold to an undisclosed third party[9]
Hamilton, ON CKOC 1150 AM 2013–2023[α] To be sold to an undisclosed third party[9]
London, ON CJBK 1290 AM 2013–2023[α] Defunct, ceased operations in 2023[c]
London, ON CHST-FM** 102.3 FM 2000–2010 Owned by Rogers Sports & Media
Toronto, ON CFXJ-FM 97.3 FM 2010–2013 Owned by Stingray Radio
Vancouver, BC CKST 1040 AM 2007–2023 Defunct, ceased operations in 2023[c]
Vancouver, BC CFTE 1410 AM 1973–2023 Defunct, ceased operations in 2023[c]
Windsor, ON CKWW 580 AM 1985–2023 To be sold to an undisclosed third party[9]
Winnipeg, MB CFRW 1290 AM 1974–2023 Defunct, ceased operations in 2023[c]
  1. ^ Also owned by CHUM Radio from 1985 to 2002.
  2. ^ Also owned by Baton from 1970 to 1985.
  3. ^ a b c d e f Was one of six stations simultaneously shut down by Bell Media on June 14, 2023.[9]

Other assets

Environics Analytics

Environics Analytics
Company typePublic
FoundedToronto, Ontario, Canada (2003 (2003)) [12]
FounderJan Kestle
HeadquartersToronto, Ontario, Canada
Key people
Nauby Jacob (SVP)[12]
Servicesmarketing and analytical

Environics Analytics is a Canadian marketing and analytical services company, established in 2003, by founder and current President Jan Kestle, owned by Bell Media.[13] The company is based in Toronto, Ontario. Environics Analytics Group Ltd. is owned by Bell Media, separate from Environics Research Group.

All staff report to Nauby Jacob, SVP of Products and Services at Bell Media.[14]

Environics Analytics experts, studies and data are often cited in Canadian news media.[15][16][17][18][19][20][21][22][23]

Founder Jan Kestle is one of Canada's leading experts on the use of privacy-friendly data.[24][25]

Environics Analytics was one of a group of companies to object to the removal of the Canada 2011 Census long form.[26][27]

Dormant or shuttered businesses

The following companies are divisions of Bell Media that are no longer active or been absorbed into another part of the company

See also


  1. ^ a b c d e f "Bell Media Partnerships". Bell Media. Retrieved May 2, 2021.
  2. ^ a b "The Lede". Bell Media. Retrieved May 2, 2021.
  3. ^ "Dome Productions". Bell Media. Retrieved May 2, 2021.
  4. ^ "Senior staff laid off as Bell Media consolidates in-house prodcos".
  5. ^ "iHeartRadio joins Canada's streaming market through partnership with Bell". The Globe and Mail. Retrieved January 7, 2016.
  6. ^ "CRTC approves Bell/Astral deal with conditions". Toronto Star. June 27, 2013. Retrieved July 5, 2013.
  7. ^ "CRTC approves Bell-Astral merger". CBC News. Retrieved July 5, 2013.
  8. ^ Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2018-57, CICZ-FM Midland, CICX-FM Orillia, CJOS-FM Owen Sound and CICS-FM Sudbury – Acquisition of assets, CRTC, February 14, 2018
  9. ^ a b c d Hudes, Sammy (June 14, 2023). "Bell cutting 1,300 positions, closing or selling 9 radio stations". Financial Post. The Canadian Press. Retrieved June 14, 2023.
  10. ^ "Astral". Bell Media. Retrieved May 2, 2021.
  11. ^ "Pinewood". Bell Media. Retrieved May 2, 2021.
  12. ^ a b "Premier Data and Analytics Services Company". Environics Analytics. Retrieved November 17, 2019.
  13. ^ "Environics Analytics Acquired by Bell Media". December 3, 2020. Retrieved December 10, 2020.
  14. ^ loyd, Jeromey (December 3, 2020). "Bell Canada acquires Environics Analytics". Media of Canada. Retrieved January 9, 2022.
  15. ^ Posted (July 19, 2018). "The Big Smoke: Survey says Torontonians smoke 141.7M joints a year". Retrieved November 17, 2019.
  16. ^ "Canada's Best Places to Live 2018 Archives - MoneySense".
  17. ^ "Pot use highest among Millennials in Edmonton, lowest in communities with high immigrant populations". The Star. July 19, 2018. Retrieved November 17, 2019.
  18. ^ Hall, Joseph (July 19, 2018). "What's that smell? In wealthy neighbourhoods it's most likely weed". The Hamilton Spectator – via
  19. ^ "Vancouver becomes Canada's first 'city of millionaires,' study finds". The Globe and Mail. September 6, 2016.
  20. ^ "Canada had 1 city where people were worth over $1M last year. There are 4 now". September 5, 2017. Retrieved November 17, 2019.
  21. ^ "Election analysis: Who votes and who doesn't are key battlegrounds | CTV News". May 14, 2018. Retrieved November 17, 2019.
  22. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on July 27, 2018. Retrieved August 20, 2018.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  23. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on May 14, 2018. Retrieved August 20, 2018.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  24. ^ "Data can make our lives better, but we must proceed with caution". The Globe and Mail. April 2018.
  25. ^ "What is the science behind the Cambridge Analytica scandal?". The Globe and Mail. March 23, 2018.
  26. ^ "Why Marketers Should Support the 2016 Canadian Census". May 2, 2016. Retrieved November 17, 2019.
  27. ^ Wherry, Aaron (May 8, 2013). "Revisiting the census debate". Retrieved November 17, 2019.
  28. ^ a b "Bell Media ends BravoFACT, MuchFACT". Retrieved February 14, 2018.

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