Quote Originally Posted by mtlguy View Post
ADISQ is French, Hits is bilingual, but I beleive mostly English. Don't know the ratio.

In the weeks since Stingray announced that they had renewed and expanded their distribution agreement with Bell, here is what has happened so far:

- Launch of the Palmarès ADISQ music video channel with Videotron being the first BDU to carry it. Bell, Cogeco and TELUS will be adding it to their lineups shortly.
Press release: http://www.stingray.com/about-us/pre...deo-tv-channel

- Almost two years since acquiring the video channels from Bell, the websites for Stingray Retro, Stingray Loud, Stingray Vibe and Stingray Juicebox have finally been updated. Websites are also up for both Palmarès ADISQ and Stingray Hits! (also exclusive to Videotron at the moment).

- Each of the sites not only have a programming guide of the video blocks scheduled to air but also a Channel Finder section that features a drop-down menu updated with various providers including Bell. As it stands right now, Bell is listed on the websites for six of the music video channels mentioned above along with Stingray Classica, a channel based out of Germany (currently on Videotron). Channel numbers are yet to be determined upon their addition to the Bell lineup in the near future.

- Stingray Ambiance is being listed as On Demand for Bell Fibe, while the other music and premium video channels (Stingray Now 4K, Festival 4K and DJAZZ) do not have any mention of Bell on their websites.

- Stingray Now 4K is a Canadian service currently on Rogers and Telus Quebec. Cogeco is also listed but without a channel number, so it may be the next provider in line to add this channel to their lineup.

- Stingray Festival 4K and Stingray DJAZZ are based out of Europe. Stingray Festival 4K is currently distributed in Canada by Rogers, Telus Quebec and Videotron, with Cogeco also being a future possibility.

- DJAZZ has been approved for distribution in Canada but is being carried by any providers at this time.

- Bell Fibe already offers both Stingray Music Videos and Karaoke through their On Demand feature, along with the 45 digital audio channels that are also available on the Stingray Music app and through their website, courtesy of an account with the provider.