TV Rogers

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TV Rogers
Launched1968 (1968)
Owned byRogers Communications
HeadquartersGatineau, Quebec
Formerly calledTélévision Rogers
Sister channel(s)Rogers TV
Rogers CableSee below

TV Rogers is the French-language sister station of Rogers TV, with a network of five stations in Ontario and New Brunswick, Canada.

Former logo


New Brunswick[edit]

Rogers offers French-language community channels in Edmundston, Bathurst, the Acadian Peninsula and Moncton. The programming shown on Rogers TV channels is a mix of access programming produced by the general public, and licensee programming originating from Rogers staff. Topics include political programming, sports coverage, live bingo shows, entertainment series, election coverage, telethons, municipal council coverage, documentaries and specials. In 2015, some cartoons discontiuned from this channel, but reappeared on this channel since 2017, starting with The ZhuZhus (Frankie et les ZhuZhu Pets in french).


Ford Freestar from TV Rogers

New Brunswick[edit]


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