Contents 1 History 1.1 As Canwest Global 1.2 As Shaw Media 2 Operations 3 References 4 External links

History[edit] The Canwest logo As Canwest Global[edit] In 1974, a group led by Israel Asper bought the assets of Pembina, North Dakota television station KCND-TV from broadcaster Gordon McLendon, moving the station to Winnipeg as independent station CKND-TV. Asper, through his company, Canwest, eventually bought out his partners in the Winnipeg station. A few months later, the Asper group joined a consortium that bought CKGN-TV, a network of six simulcasting transmitters across Ontario that carried many of CKND's programs and was known on-air as the Global Television Network. Canwest bought controlling interest in 1985, thus becoming the first western-based owner of a major Canadian broadcaster. Canwest subsequently invested in or acquired other independent TV stations across Canada. Eventually, his station group became known as the "Canwest Global System." In 1997, Canwest bought controlling interest in CKMI-TV, the privately owned CBC affiliate in Quebec City. Canwest then set up CKMI rebroadcasters in Montreal and Sherbrooke. With this move, Canwest's stations now had enough coverage of Canada that on August 18—the day CKMI officially disaffiliated from CBC—Canwest rebranded its station group as "The Global Television Network". Throughout the 1990s, Global (and its antecedents) held Canadian rights to hit U.S. series such as Cheers, Friends, and Frasier. Canwest also bought broadcasting assets internationally, including outlets in New Zealand, the Republic of Ireland, and Australia, although all were eventually sold off. In 1991, Canwest issued a successful initial public offering on the Toronto Stock Exchange. In June 1996, Canwest was listed on the New York Stock Exchange. Lacking a presence in Alberta, the company set its sights on Western International Communications, which owned three independent stations in that province that carried Global programming. It eventually bought that company's broadcasting assets in 2000. This not only boosted Global's coverage in western Canada, but prompted the establishment of a second over-the-air service, originally known as CH, since in some areas the combined company had duplicate over-the-air coverage through multiple stations. Later that year, Canwest announced its acquisition of the Southam newspaper chain from Conrad Black, in order to pursue a media convergence strategy.[citation needed] Canwest was initially slow to invest in specialty channels due to the strength of its terrestrial network. In 1999, seeking to change this, the company announced a deal to buy out the Canadian partners of NetStar Communications, owner of TSN, but was stymied by U.S. partner ESPN, which had veto power over such a sale. ESPN instead came to terms with Canwest's main rival CTV, a longtime business partner of ESPN's parent company Disney, as an acceptable buyer, Canwest's various acquisitions took a significant financial toll. As early as 2002, most of Canwest's operating income was going to pay interest on its high-interest rate debt. By 2007, the company's bonds were downgraded to junk status. In October 2005, CanWest's Canadian newspapers were sold into an IPO trust. Sold 25.8% of Canada's newspapers for C$550 million. Attached to the Canadian newspaper IPO was $850 million in long term debt. CanWest bought back the 25.8% Newspaper Trust IPO (and debt) in November 2008, for cash considerations of $495 million. The company was already one of the largest owners of Canadian local TV stations, when Canwest and Goldman Sachs in 2007 announced they would jointly acquire Canadian producer and broadcaster Alliance Atlantis Communications and its large stable of wide-distribution specialty channels. Under the deal, Canwest took control of the broadcasting portion of AAC, although Goldman Sachs remained a major investor in those assets. Goldman retained or resold the remaining pieces of AAC, the distribution arm soon re-emerging as Alliance Films. Canwest executives testified in the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission hearings over fee-for-carriage, requesting that the commission force cable and satellite companies to pay for their signals without passing the fees on to their subscribers. In his testimony, Canwest president Leonard Asper blamed the current rules for the poor financial condition of Canada's broadcast television stations, a position which has subsequently been adopted and addressed through rule changes by the CRTC and FCC.[3] By early 2009, it became clear the company's debt was not manageable in light of the global economic crisis, forcing Canwest into an extended set of negotiations with its lenders and a series of cost-cutting moves. The company's income statements reported net losses in 2008 and 2009, even though its operating activities were profitable (before taxes, interest, and non-operating charges: C$197 million in 2009, vs. C$428 million in 2008). On August 31, 2009, Canwest shut down its secondary system E! (the former CH). Three of the former E! owned-and-operated stations – CHCH Hamilton, CHEK Victoria, and CJNT Montreal – were sold to third parties, while a fourth, CHBC Kelowna, was converted to a Global station. The remaining station, CHCA Red Deer, was closed as of the same date. On September 24, the company announced that it would sell its 50.1% stake in Ten Network Holdings for A$680 million,[4] in order to pay down its significant debt. The sale of CanWest's Australian media operations reduced some C$582-million in debt tied to the Australian TV network, raising the total value Canwest can erase from its overall debt to more than C$1.2-billion. Before the Ten deal, Canwest held about C$3.8-billion of debt on its balance sheet. In court documents, Goldman Sachs alleges "fraudulent" and "abusive" changes to the internal operation of Canwest in the days before it filed for creditor protection. As part of the filing, the Wall Street investment bank is seeking to undo these changes, and has also claimed that CanWest's creditors should return the C$426 million they received from Canwest balance sheet in September, after CanWest sold its stake in Ten.[5] On October 6, the company voluntarily filed for creditor protection under the CCAA, due to C$4 billion mounting debt across radio, television broadcasting and publishing assets in several countries.[6] At the same time it announced it had agreed to a recapitalization transaction with some of its lenders, which will likely require the approval of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC). When completed, bondholders – led by hedge funds West Face Capital, GoldenTree Asset Management, and Beach Point Capital Management[7] – will own a majority of shares, leaving existing shareholders, including the Asper family, with a total of 2.3% of the "new" Canwest. However, the Aspers are expected to invest a further C$15 million in the restructured entity.[8] In January 2010, CanWest's bonds commanded about 70 cents on the dollar. CanWest's bonds at one point traded for as little as 15 cents on the dollar. Several sources say that as CanWest notes increased fivefold in price, distressed-debt funds took profits on part of their position, with Angelo Gordon among the buyers.[9] On February 3, 2010,[10] it was reported that a group led by Golden Tree Asset Management LP complained that "it was unfairly frozen out of the auction of Canwest Limited Partnership." As part of the transaction, Canwest and some of its subsidiaries, including Canwest Media Inc., The National Post Company, and Canwest Television LP (the licensee of Global, MovieTime, DejaView, and Fox Sports World Canada) filed for creditor protection under the Companies' Creditors Arrangements Act. Canwest Limited Partnership, a subsidiary which owns the company's other newspaper assets and online properties, is negotiating separately with creditors, and is expected to file for creditor protection at a later date. Specialty channels operated in partnership with other companies (such as TVtropolis, Mystery TV, MenTV, and the former Alliance Atlantis properties) are also not included in the present filing. Canwest shares were also suspended from trading on the TSX. Canwest said that it was not being liquidated at this point, and the company insisted that the proceedings would make Canwest "a stronger industry competitor with a renewed financial outlook." Nevertheless, some analysts expected that the conglomerate would sell assets or be broken up entirely as the restructuring process continues, noting that the publishing division has a separate set of lenders.[7] As it turned out, the company would indeed be broken up. In February 2010, the company announced an agreement with Shaw Communications whereby the latter company would buy an 80% voting interest, and 20% equity interest, in the restructured entity, pending approvals from the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) and others. The company's newspapers were not part of the Shaw deal and were already sold separately to Postmedia Network.[11] However, the Asper family with Goldman and Catalyst made their own bid to retake Canwest with a $120 million bid in competition with the bid proposed by Shaw Communications.[12] On February 25, 2010, it was announced that Shaw Communications had won a court battle to continue their plans to purchase assets & voting shares from Canwest. After the announcement, Shaw revealed that its investment amounted to a minimum of $95-million in exchange for 20 per cent of the equity and an 80-per-cent voting interest in the restructured company.[13] Although Goldman, Catalyst, and the Aspers continued to work on their own bid after the Shaw agreement, Shaw announced a revised agreement, following court ordered mediation, under which it would purchase the entirety of Canwest's broadcasting operations, including the portion owned by Goldman.[14] This deal was later modified following a second court ordered mediation to include a settlement agreement between Shaw, creditors, and the Official Ad Hoc Committee of Shareholders, led by the Aspers, Blott Asset Management, L.L.C. and two other hedge funds.[15] This marked the first successful equity committee campaign in Canada under CCAA. A modified deal, including the Settlement Agreement, received the approval of the Ontario Superior Court on June 23, 2010,[16] the Competition Bureau as of August 13, 2010,[17] and was given final approval from the CRTC on October 22, 2010, with final closing occurring in October 2011 following the official CMI Transition Order.[18] Canwest is now delisted from the TSX.[19] Canwest was renamed to 2737469 Canada Inc. and ceased doing business that same date. Meanwhile, Shaw Communications reorganized Canwest into Shaw Media. As Shaw Media[edit] The new division was named Shaw Media, reviving a name previously used for a separate set of media properties owned by Shaw prior to 1999, when the latter group was spun off as Corus Entertainment.[20] Despite both companies being controlled by the Shaw family, Corus and the then-new Shaw Media remained independent, separately-managed entities. Former logo 2010-2012 On May 12, 2011, Shaw Media sold BBC Kids to the government of British Columbia via the provincial public broadcaster Knowledge Network. On September 2, 2014, Paul W. Robertson, the president of Shaw Media since its creation, died from cancer at age 59.[21] He was replaced by Barbara Williams.[22] On January 13, 2016, Corus Entertainment announced that it would acquire Shaw Media for $2.65 billion. The sale was meant primarily to help fund Shaw Communications' purchase of Wind Mobile.[23] The deal was approved by the CRTC on March 23, 2016. Adknowledging that Corus and Shaw share effective control via their common owner JR Shaw, the CRTC legally considers the transaction to be a corporate reorganization.[24]

Operations[edit] Main article: List of assets owned by Shaw Communications Shaw Media operated twenty specialty channels, two community channels and one pay-per-view channel, including Slice, HGTV Canada, Showcase, Food Network Canada, National Geographic Channel, Lifetime, BBC Canada, History, H2, and Disney XD. The Global Television Network broadcasts via 13 television stations, reaching: BC (CHAN Vancouver) Okanagan (CHBC Kelowna) Edmonton (CITV) Calgary (CICT) Lethbridge (CISA) Regina (CFRE) Saskatoon (CFSK) Winnipeg (CKND) Kenora (CJBN) Thunder Bay (CHFD, affiliate) Toronto (CIII) Montreal (CKMI) New Brunswick (CHNB Saint John) Halifax (CIHF)

References[edit] ^ ^ ^ "'Pull your weight' Canwest tells CRTC". Marketing Magazine. Rogers Publishing. November 19, 2009. Retrieved February 16, 2010.  ^ McFarland, Lyndal (September 24, 2009). "CanWest sells Ten Network stake for $680m". The Australian. Dow Jones Newswires. Retrieved July 9, 2011.  ^ Globe and Mail via FCB Nov 2, 2009. (November 2, 2009). ^ Clark, Andrew (October 6, 2009). "Canwest Global Communications files for bankruptcy protection". The Guardian. England. Retrieved July 9, 2011.  ^ a b Robertson, Grant; Willis, Andrew (September 7, 2009). "The Asper dream ends, the selloff begins". The Globe and Mail. Canada.  ^ "Canwest gets court protection from creditors". CBC News. October 6, 2009.  ^ Willis, Andrew (November 4, 2009). "Hedge fund buys CanWest bonds". The Globe and Mail. Retrieved July 9, 2011.  ^ ACTUAL ARTICLE TITLE BELONGS HERE!, Montreal Gazette Archived March 10, 2010, at the Wayback Machine. ^ "Shaw moves for Canwest control", Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 2010-02-12 ^ Asper Re-bid. ^ ACTUAL ARTICLE TITLE BELONGS HERE!. The Globe and Mail. ^ "Torstar confirms Canwest bid: Shaw wins Goldman support to buy TV assets". CBC News. May 3, 2010. Retrieved 2010-05-10.  ^ "Asper willing to bid on Canwest TV assets". Toronto Sun. June 21, 2010. ^ ^ Competition Bureau clears Shaw’s acquisition of Canwest. ^ "Court File No. CV-09-8396-00CL – ORDER (CMI TRANSITION)" (PDF). FTI Consulting Canada Inc. October 21, 2011. Retrieved February 4, 2013.  ^ CRTC Hearings into Shaw Takeover of Canwest Global Set to Start. Broadcaster Magazine (September 20, 2010). ^ Corus Entertainment (1999-06-10). "Shaw Communications' Broadcast Properties Take on New Corporate Identity". Retrieved 2010-10-27.  ^ "Shaw exec Paul Robertson dies at 59". CTV News. 2014-09-03. Retrieved 2014-09-12.  ^ [1] ^ "Corus Entertainment acquires Shaw Media for $2.65-billion". The Globe and Mail. Retrieved 13 January 2016.  ^ "Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2016-110". CRTC. Retrieved 23 March 2016. 

External links[edit] Official website Shaw Media - Canadian Communications Foundation v t e Shaw Communications Corporate directors Jim Dinning Ron Joyce Charles Keating Don Mazankowski Jim Shaw JR Shaw Assets Corus Entertainment (37%)1 CPAC (23.68%)2 Shaw Broadcast Services Shaw Direct Shaw Multicultural Channel3 Shaw PPV Shaw TV3 Freedom Mobile Defunct/historical brands and predecessors Moffat Communications MSNBC Canada Videon Cablesystems Western International Communications Shaw Media Shomi4 CJBN-TV Kenora 1Non-voting interest; additionally the voting shares of both Shaw and Corus are controlled by the Shaw family. • 2Joint venture with several other cable companies. • 3Community channels owned by Shaw Cablesystems. • 4Joint venture with Rogers Communications. Many of the assets listed above are only partially owned by Shaw. Refer to full asset list for detailed information. v t e Postmedia Network Corporate directors Paul Godfrey Martin Nisenholtz Daily newspapers National Post Belleville Intelligencer Brantford Expositor Calgary Herald Calgary Sun Cornwall Standard Freeholder Edmonton Journal Edmonton Sun Fort McMurray Today Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune Kingston Whig-Standard Leader-Post The London Free Press Montreal Gazette North Bay Nugget Ottawa Citizen Ottawa Sun Owen Sound Sun Times Pembroke Daily Observer The Province The Recorder and Times St. Thomas Times-Journal Sarnia Observer Sault Star The Simcoe Reformer The StarPhoenix Stratford Beacon-Herald Sudbury Star Timmins Daily Press Toronto Sun The Vancouver Sun Windsor Star Winnipeg Sun Woodstock Sentinel-Review Weekly newspapers The Delhi News-Record Elliot Lake Standard Exeter Times-Advocate Kenora Daily Miner and News Mid-North Monitor Northern News Trenton Trentonian Magazines Financial Post Magazine Online Jam! Other assets Postmedia News v t e Corus Entertainment Broadcast television Global (O&O) CFRE CFSK CHAN CHBC CHNB CICT CIHF CIII CISA CITV CKMI CKND CTV CHEX CHEX-TV-2 CKWS Cable television/ specialty channels English-language ABC Spark Action BBC Canada Cartoon Network/Adult Swim CMT Cooking Channel Cosmopolitan TV Crime & Investigation DejaView Disney Channel Disney Junior Disney XD DIY Network DTour Food Network FYI Global News: BC 1 HGTV History H2 IFC Lifetime MovieTime National Geographic Nat Geo Wild Nickelodeon Oprah Winfrey Network Showcase Slice Teletoon Treehouse TV W Network YTV Corus Média (French-language) Disney La Chaîne Historia Séries+ Télétoon Telelatino Network (50.5%) EuroWorld Sport Mediaset Italia Mediaset TGCOM 24 Telebimbi Telelatino TeleNiños Univision Canada Terrestrial radio (by call sign) AM CFMJ CFPL CHED CHMJ CHML CHQR CHQT CJOB CJOY CKNW FM CFGQ CFHK CFLG CFMI CFMK CFNY CFOX CFPG CFPL CHAY CILQ CIMJ CING CIQB CISN CJDV CJKR CJOT CJSS CJXY CKBT CKCB CKDK CKNG CKQB CKRU CKRY CKWF CKWS Other assets Kids Can Press Nelvana Toon Boom Animation Former/defunct/historical brands and predecessors Alliance Atlantis BBC Kids Canwest CHCA-TV CoolTV, Country Canada Discovery Kids Dusk E! (TV system) Edge TV Family Channel Fine Living Fox Sports World Canada HBO Canada (Western & North feed) KidsCo Klutz Encore Avenue Leonardo World Locomotion Moffat Communications Movie Central Max Trax Qubo Selkirk Communications Shaw Media Sundance Channel Teletoon Retro Télétoon Rétro Video Italia Western International Communications X-Treme Sports Some of the assets listed above are majority-owned, wholly-owned, by Corus Entertainment, or are under license. Refer to full asset list for detailed information. Retrieved from "" Categories: Corus Entertainment2010 establishments in Ontario2016 disestablishments in OntarioCompanies based in TorontoCanadian companies established in 2010Media companies disestablished in 2016Defunct broadcasting companies of CanadaShaw CommunicationsHidden categories: Webarchive template wayback linksPages using deprecated image syntaxAll articles with unsourced statementsArticles with unsourced statements from February 2010

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