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Ethnic Channels Group Limited Launches TV Record on Rogers Cable to expand TV Record's Canadian Distribution

August 27, 2015 | Website www.newswire.ca

TORONTO, Aug. 27, 2015 /CNW/ - Ethnic Channels Group Limited is pleased to announce the launch of TV Record on Rogers Cable. Canadian viewers can now also tune in to TV Record, Brazil's oldest television station on Rogers channel 937.

"We are delighted to be available through Rogers Cable, in addition to our distribution through Bell Fibe. We are happy to be working with Ethnic Channels Group Limited. In this capacity." Said Graham Pitman, Director of TV Record USA.

"Ethnic Channels Group Ltd. is very pleased to add one of the best channels to broadcast out of Brazil to its roster of channels and make it available to the ever growing Brazilian population in Canada through Rogers Cable in addition to Bell Fibe." Said Slava Levin, CEO of Ethnic Channels Group Limited.

About TV Record:

TV Record is a world-class top rated Entertainment channel from Brazil. As the official Brazilian sports station for major events, TV Record is a must see channel for all sports and entertainment enthusiasts. Along with high quality entertainment shows and mini-series, award winning soap operas such as Vidas Das Em Jogo, Balacobaco and Pecado Mortal are a staple on TV Record, making it a must watch channel for the Portuguese speaking community in Canada.

About Ethnic Channels Group Limited:

Ethnic Channels Group Limited is the leading provider of non-English language digital TV channels to Canada's multicultural population. By selecting the best channels from around the world and delivering them directly to viewer's homes via a Licensed Canadian satellite and/or cable providers, Ethnic Channels Group Limited provides essential entertainment and information services to non-English speakers throughout Canada. From its state-of-the art broadcast facility in Toronto, Ethnic Channels Group Limited delivers the very best of programming available from the countries of origin, spiced with locally produced foreign language shows. This combination creates a service that meets the diverse needs of today's immigrant population.