News of Note—Bell Media, Hulu, Starz, Twitter and Walmart

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Here are the stories we’re following today:

> Bell Media and STARZ will launch a new STARZ channel and streaming service in Canada beginning Friday, March 1. Release

> Hulu hired two new senior leaders to its advertising sales organization: Jennifer Donohue as vice president, local advertising sales and Tracie Maffei, vice president, strategic accounts and performance marketing. Release

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> Twitter announced financial results for its fourth quarter and fiscal year 2018. Release

> Walmart's Vudu will pitch advertisers at this year's NewFronts in New York. Variety article

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