Stingray Now 4K

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Stingray Now 4K
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LaunchedNovember 2017
Owned byStingray Digital
Broadcast areaNational
HeadquartersMontreal, Quebec
Rogers CableChannel 999

Stingray Now 4K is a Canadian English language Category B television channel owned by Stingray Digital. The channel broadcasts music videos in 4K resolution (ultra-high-definition television) from various genres including pop, dance, hip-hop, indie, Latin pop, adult rock, alternative, and more.


On June 23, 2017, Stingray Digital announced the upcoming launch of unnamed television channel that will broadcast music videos in 4K resolution; a third 4K channel in the Stingray portfolio including Stingray Ambiance 4K and Stingray Festival 4K.[1]

In October 2017, during the annual television trade show, MIPCOM, Stingray Digital announced the launch of Stingray Now 4K, available for global distribution.[2]

Initially expected to launch in July 2017, the channel launched in November 2017 on Rogers Cable in Canada.[3]


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