It seen that the 4 Stingray video channels are no longer available on Rogers. I usually put it on Juicebox has background music when I had nothing else to watch, they have great music. That really sad to see it removed. 😞
Occasionally, we make changes to our TV channel lineup that better reflect our customer's tastes. This means, starting November 15, 2019, Stingray Juicebox, Stingray RETRO, Stingray LOUD and Stingray VIBE are no longer available through Rogers. If you pay a separate monthly service fee(s) for these channels, you will no longer be charged.
If you subscribe to any or all of the Stingray channels as a Flex Channel option within your Premier TV package, we will replace it with another channel from the pool of Flex Channels available to ensure this change doesn't impact your TV package. You can exchange Flex Channels once every 30 days online using your MyRogers account at rogers.com/myrogers.
If you subscribe to any of these channels as part of a Customer Choice Package (Pick 5, 10, 15, 20 or 30) or the Mix Pack (15, 20 or 30), we will automatically replace it with an available channel to ensure this change doesn't impact the number of channels in your TV package.
The rest of your Rogers TV package will remain the same. If you have any questions or wish to change your Rogers services, please reach out to us in any of the ways listed on the Contact Us page.
Hey, Stingray (Retro Loud Vibe etc), are all gone. Is there any word on when they will be back?
I called the 1-844 number and got a number for "All Connect". Is it just me or is 703 gone for everyone?
Hey, Stingray (Retro Loud Vibe etc), are all gone. Is it just me or is 703 gone for everyone?
Please see post 2 of this thread, to which your post was probably moved. Gone for everyone.
XITE 4K & 4K Movie Channels gone from Rogers?
So, long story short, I started getting back into Cable after a 6 month hiatus, due to my OTA only getting one station where I was.
One thing I noticed upon my return to cable:
The channels XITE 4K (a 4K only Music video channel similar to Stingray Now 4K, which along with Stingray Festival 4K, are also the only Stingray MV channels still on Rogers) and the 4K Movies channel that Rogers operated themselves (Although strangely not a 24/7 channel like Crave, Super Channel or Hollywood Suite).
May I ask why Rogers discontinued the 4K Movies channel and why XITE 4K (which was on Channel 987 back when I had cable before) was seemingly removed or disappeared from the guide?
I couldn't find much information on Xite's history in Canada besides articles of them being launched in Canada. The channel was a Rogers exclusive and no other provider in the entire country picked it up.
Did a carriage distribution deal expire?