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Hey Community,


Sportsnet, Canada’s exclusive home of everything Blue Jays, is heading to Dunedin, FL to bring baseball fans complete coverage of the Blue Jays at Spring Training. Beginning this month, all pre-season games are available along the Sportsnet Radio Network or on, with 10 games televised on Sportsnet, Sportsnet ONE, and Sportsnet NOW.


Blue Jays coverage begins on Saturday, Feb. 23 as Canada’s Team opens Spring Training with a matchup against the Detroit Tigers at 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT on Sportsnet 590 The FAN and along the Sportsnet Radio Network.

Canadian baseball fans should circle Saturday, March 23 on their calendars as the Sportsnet Radio Network, including Sportsnet 590 The FAN, broadcasts a special exhibition match featuring the Blue Jays vs. Canada’s National Junior team.


The Blue Jays conclude Spring Training in Montreal again this year, taking on the Milwaukee Brewers at Olympic Stadium in a two-game series on Monday, March 25 and Tuesday, March 26.


As Canada’s exclusive home of everything Blue Jays, Sportsnet delivers extensive coverage and analysis of all 162 regular season games, beginning with the season opener on March 28 versus the Detroit Tigers, on Sportsnet, the Sportsnet Radio Network and Sportsnet NOW.


Details of Sportsnet’s 2019 Blue Jays Spring Training coverage include:


Television – Sportsnet and Sportsnet NOW

  • Buck Martinez handles the play-by-play duties alongside analysts Pat Tabler and Joe Siddall.
  • Reporters Arash Madani and Hazel Mae bring fans the latest news from inside the clubhouse and on the field.

Sportsnet Radio Network – Sportsnet 590 The FAN (Toronto), Sportsnet 960 The FAN (Calgary) and Sportsnet 650 (Vancouver)

  • Ben Wagner and Mike Wilnershare the radio play-by-play call across the Sportsnet Radio Network. In his 18th season as a member of the Blue Jays’ broadcast crew, and first full season in the booth to handle play-by-play duties, Wilner is the first Blue Jays radio play-by-play broadcaster who was born and raised in Toronto.
  • Jeff Blairand Stephen Brunt deliver the latest updates and exclusive interviews live from Dunedin on The Jeff Blair Show, March 11-15 (9 a.m. – Noon ET on Sportsnet 590 The FAN).
  • Ryan Pinder from Sportsnet 960 The FAN and Satiar Shah from Sportsnet 650 host a special crossover show that airs live from 9 a.m. – Noon local time, every day from March 11 to 15, in both Calgary (on Sportsnet 960 The FAN) and Vancouver (on Sportsnet 650).
  • Four Blue Jays minor league affiliate broadcasters are getting called up for the opportunity to deliver the play-by-play for multiple Spring Training broadcas Rob Fai (Vancouver Canadians), Jesse Goldberg-Strassler (Lansing Lugnuts), Tyler Murray (New Hampshire Fisher Cats) and Pat Malacaro (Buffalo Bisons) will each call at least two games on radio alongside Wagner (a former minor-leaguer himself) and Wilner through the course of Spring Training.

Digital – and @sportsnet

  • Sportsnet’s Blue Jays Insiders Shi Davidi, Ben Nicholson-Smith and Arden Zwelling keep fans up-to-date with news, opinion, analysis and videos from Dunedin on
  • As the 2019 Blue Jays arrive in Dunedin, Sportsnet’s Instagram account will be on-site to provide fans with an “Extra Access” pass for behind-the-scenes coverage from the opening week of Spring Training.
  • At The Letters, Sportsnet’s Blue Jays podcast with Nicholson-Smith and Zwelling, ramps back up as soon as pitchers and catchers report for another in-depth season of opinion and analysis covering everything Blue Jays. Subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts and Google Play.


Join the conversation: #UnitedBySport


Hey Community,


Good news! Rogers announced improved wireless service in Sproat Lake near Port Alberni on Vancouver Island. Now, Rogers customers in this busy community will have a faster, more reliable and consistent wireless experience than ever before.  Rogers worked with the Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District and local political leaders to build the new cellular tower, which will benefit residents, businesses & local emergency responders.


With this network investment, Rogers and Fido customers in Sproat Lake will be able to connect to more of the things they love, whether that means streaming their favourite videos, downloading work documents, posting on social media or even just chatting with friends.


The enhanced coverage will also improve wireless connection to emergency response services for residents, visitors and recreational users.


This announcement is one of several Rogers wireless enhancements on Vancouver Island including Qualicum Beach. Rogers continues to invest throughout British Columbia with major network expansions in Witset and along Highway 16KelownaBurnabyMaple Ridge, Vancouver and across SkyTrain.




Rogers is currently working on a multi-year program to bring 5G to Canadians. Rogers has also announced plans to launch a national LTE-M network to enable the next era of IoT solutions in Canada, as well as a 5G research partnership with University of British Columbia, and a national infrastructure agreement with Ericsson. In 2018, Rogers completed live 5G testing at Rogers Centre and is currently testing 5G global standards. Rogers continues to upgrade its 4.5G network with the latest 5G-ready technology to be ready for 5G commercial deployment.


Hey Community,


Super Bowl LIII, featuring the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams, is happening this Sunday February 3, 2019. Here’s what you need to know:


Watching on Digital or Ignite TV:

  • Viewers can watch this year’s game on CTV, CTV2, TSN and CBS.
  • The Interactive Programming Guide (IPG) listings will show the game starting at 6 p.m. but the kickoff will happen around 6:30 p.m.
  • The broadcast is not available in 4K.


Canadian and US Ads:

  • Viewers tuning to the US channel (CBS) will see the American ads, while those tuning to Canadian channels (CTV, CTV2, TSN) will see Canadians ads.
  • This only applies to the Super Bowl game itself (from the kickoff to the final play and celebration) and not the pre-game and post-game shows. Viewers tuning to CBS for the pre-game shows will see a Canadian feed right up until kick-off and again after the game has ended.  


I know football fans cannot wait for Sunday to come. Who are you rooting for?