Rogers inks Shaw deal; Armstrong gets Funanimation

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> Rogers Cable signed a long-term distribution agreement with Shaw Media. Article

> Armstrong Cable will add Funanimation video-on-demand content. Article

And finally... Netflix plans to spend more on content for its Canadian subscribers, though not necessarily on quantity. Article

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