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MONTRÉAL (November 15, 2013) – CTV Montréal takes fans behind the scenes with the Montreal Canadiens, delivering new English-language episodes of the second season of the acclaimed documentary series 24CH. The newest episode will air Saturday, Nov. 16 at 4:30 p.m. ET on CTV Montréal, while the latest episodes will continue to premiere on Saturdays throughout the NHL’s regular season (schedule TBC). All episodes air in French on Canal D, RDS, and RDS2.
“There is no bigger sports property in this market than the Montreal Canadiens,” said Louis Douville, Vice-President and General Manager, CTV Montréal. “Hockey fans will be able to follow every move of their favourite players throughout the season. We are very excited to showcase this intriguing, behind-the-scenes look at Les Glorieux.”
Offering a unique perspective on the human side of professional hockey, 24CH chronicles the triumphs and trials of the legendary NHL franchise – both at home and on the road – as members of the Canadiens organization open up their dressing rooms offices to viewers for the second season in a row.
The series is also available on a variety of digital platforms. The director’s cut of each episode, entitled 24CH Premiere, is available to Bell TV app users every Friday night, 24 hours in advance of the broadcast airing. Fans can also catch
24CH flash clips and episode previews in Bell’s video zone on the Canadiens mobile app and online at Canadiens.com.
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CTV Montréal proudly serves Québec with the #1-rated English news programs: CTV NEWS AT SIX and CTV NEWS AT 11:30 seven days a week, plus the one-hour CTV NEWS AT NOON, the only English-language newscast in that time slot in the market. Celebrating more than 50 years in broadcasting, CTV Montréal has earned its place as a trusted voice for the English community in Québec, and also for bilingual Francophones province-wide. In the spring of 2013, CTV Montréal completed its transition to High Definition by upgrading all its local newscasts to HD. CTV News Montréal has been repeatedly recognized for the quality of its newscasts, including top honours nationally from the RTDNA.
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