Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Apr 18, 2013
Spike TV Changing Network Tiers In Canada

Spike TV Changing Network Tiers In Canada

Rogers, which is Canada’s largest cable provider, has announced that Spike TV will be moved from the “VIP tier” to the “Classic tier” as of May 25th. The network is one among multiple networks being moved in such a manner.

This means that all of Spike’s programming, including Impact Wrestling, will cost an additional fee to subscribers who do not have access to the Classic tier in order to get it.

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10 Responses to “Spike TV Changing Network Tiers In Canada”

  1. DJBIGCG says:

    I don't know if they count Canada viewers when they add up the rating, but if they do, this might hurt tna in ratings slightly

    • Jon says:

      Has no bearing on the ratings that are discussed here each week. Those numbers are strictly U.S. (every nation is tracked separately).

  2. soyfenomenal says:

    Canada- the western France.

  3. rmorris003 says:

    Wonder if that means the HD version of Spike which is on 490 on Rogers will still be free since its just the SD version that they are moving.

  4. Mr. Excitement says:

    Thank God I'm with Bell.
    Been enjoy Spike a lot more lately with Impact, Bar Rescue, etc.

  5. whatsup121 says:

    Rogers does that in Canada for some reason they charge extra for TSN and the Food Network channel

  6. Roid Master says:

    TNA is on a premium channel now, ay?

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