The consortium encompassed many of the properties owned by both companies, including Bell Media's CTV Television Network, TSN, RDS and RDS Info, and Rogers Media's Omni Television, Sportsnet, OLN, and the Rogers radio stations group. Several other broadcasters will carried consortium coverage, including V (formerly TQS), and several channels owned by Asian Television Network. Finally, dedicated websites in English and French (ctvolympics.ca and rdsolympiques.ca) were set up to stream live coverage over the Internet to Canadian viewers. The consortium replaced CBC Sports, which had held the Canadian rights to all Olympics beginning with the 1996 games, although some cable rights had been sub-licensed to TSN / RDS beginning in 1998.

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  • 加拿大奥运广播媒体联盟(英语:Canada's Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium)於2007年由加拿大廣播媒體集團贝尔传媒和羅渣士傳媒成立,為兩家集團旗下的廣播媒體製作2010温哥华冬季奥运会和2012年夏季奥林匹克运动会的賽事轉播。贝尔佔联盟的80%股權,而羅渣士則佔餘下的20%。联盟的组成包括贝尔传媒旗下的CTV电视网、TSN、TSN2、RDS、RDS2 和 RDS INFO,以及羅渣士傳媒旗下的多元文化電視台、羅渣士體育網和OLN。此外,部分賽事亦安排在聯盟以外的其他廣播商播放,當中包括V电视和亚洲电视网络旗下的數個頻道。 2011年9月,羅渣士表示出於節目表安排和財務因素的考慮下,將於2012年倫敦奧運結束後退出聯盟,並不參與競投2014年冬季奧運會和2016年夏季奧運會的播映權。貝爾傳媒隨後宣佈與加拿大廣播公司(CBC)達成協議,兩者將合力競投該兩次奧運會的播映權。 CBC從1996年夏季奧運會起一直是加拿大的主要奧運轉播商,直至此聯盟成立並投得2010年和2012年奧運的轉播權為止。然而,CBC從1998年起亦與TSN和RDS達成協議,讓該兩台轉播部分賽事。 (zh)
  • The consortium encompassed many of the properties owned by both companies, including Bell Media's CTV Television Network, TSN, RDS and RDS Info, and Rogers Media's Omni Television, Sportsnet, OLN, and the Rogers radio stations group. Several other broadcasters will carried consortium coverage, including V (formerly TQS), and several channels owned by Asian Television Network. Finally, dedicated websites in English and French (ctvolympics.ca and rdsolympiques.ca) were set up to stream live coverage over the Internet to Canadian viewers. The consortium replaced CBC Sports, which had held the Canadian rights to all Olympics beginning with the 1996 games, although some cable rights had been sub-licensed to TSN / RDS beginning in 1998. Rogers announced in September 2011 that it would withdraw from the consortium following London 2012, and therefore not participate in its bid for rights to the 2014 Winter Olympics and 2016 Summer Olympics. The company cited scheduling conflicts and financial considerations for the decision. Bell Media then announced a new partnership with the CBC to bid for Canadian broadcast rights of Sochi 2014 and Rio 2016. Broadcast details for the joint bid were never released. The joint Bell/CBC bid was considered the prohibitive favourite to win the rights when the International Olympic Committee accepted bids. However, the Bell/CBC bids were rejected by the IOC. On August 1, 2012, CBC Sports announced that it had made a deal to broadcast the 2014 and 2016 Summer and Winter Olympics, replacing the Bell/Rogers group. However, in February 2013, CBC announced that both Sportsnet and TSN would sub-license broadcast rights to the 2014 Winter Olympics. (en)
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  • 加拿大奥运广播媒体联盟(英语:Canada's Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium)於2007年由加拿大廣播媒體集團贝尔传媒和羅渣士傳媒成立,為兩家集團旗下的廣播媒體製作2010温哥华冬季奥运会和2012年夏季奥林匹克运动会的賽事轉播。贝尔佔联盟的80%股權,而羅渣士則佔餘下的20%。联盟的组成包括贝尔传媒旗下的CTV电视网、TSN、TSN2、RDS、RDS2 和 RDS INFO,以及羅渣士傳媒旗下的多元文化電視台、羅渣士體育網和OLN。此外,部分賽事亦安排在聯盟以外的其他廣播商播放,當中包括V电视和亚洲电视网络旗下的數個頻道。 2011年9月,羅渣士表示出於節目表安排和財務因素的考慮下,將於2012年倫敦奧運結束後退出聯盟,並不參與競投2014年冬季奧運會和2016年夏季奧運會的播映權。貝爾傳媒隨後宣佈與加拿大廣播公司(CBC)達成協議,兩者將合力競投該兩次奧運會的播映權。 CBC從1996年夏季奧運會起一直是加拿大的主要奧運轉播商,直至此聯盟成立並投得2010年和2012年奧運的轉播權為止。然而,CBC從1998年起亦與TSN和RDS達成協議,讓該兩台轉播部分賽事。 (zh)
  • The consortium encompassed many of the properties owned by both companies, including Bell Media's CTV Television Network, TSN, RDS and RDS Info, and Rogers Media's Omni Television, Sportsnet, OLN, and the Rogers radio stations group. Several other broadcasters will carried consortium coverage, including V (formerly TQS), and several channels owned by Asian Television Network. Finally, dedicated websites in English and French (ctvolympics.ca and rdsolympiques.ca) were set up to stream live coverage over the Internet to Canadian viewers. The consortium replaced CBC Sports, which had held the Canadian rights to all Olympics beginning with the 1996 games, although some cable rights had been sub-licensed to TSN / RDS beginning in 1998. (en)
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  • 加拿大奥运广播媒体联盟 (zh)
  • Canada's Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium (en)
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