The birth of global internet TV

Forty-seven per cent of anglophones in Canada have a subscription to Netflix today. The global online-streaming service launched in Canada in 2011 as its first international market and has since grown to 190 countries. New players such as Shomi and Crave TV are also on the scene and influencing how Canadians consume television in a big way.

By SHRUTI SHEKAR

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, April 20, 2016 12:00 AM

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