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CHCH Seeks New Home in Hamilton, Asks Viewers For Input

CHCH is on the hunt for a new home in Hamilton and we're asking our viewers to help us find it. The building that...

CHCH fall line up

CHCH showcased its upcoming fall line up infront of potential advertising clients this morning. It was also part of a new initiative that brings...

Local TV talks

The CRTC started open public hearings today in Gatineau, Quebec as part of the broadcast regulator's review of local and community television but as...

First creditors meeting takes place

  The first creditors meeting in the wake of the sudden bankruptcy of the company that used to provide news content to this station took...

Bloomberg/Channel Zero to launch 24-7 Business News channel

Some exciting news for us here at CHCH. Our parent company, Channel Zero, is partnering with Bloomberg to launch a 24-7 Canadian business...

Christmas greetings from CHCH and Channel Zero

We want to take a moment to thank all our viewers for sharing part of your time with us day after day. From all of...

CHCH president says station not in danger

The owners of CHCH say we are not going anywhere, despite a story in today's Hamilton Spectator. The article is based on a report by...

Looking forward to CHCH’s 60th anniversary

CHCH/Channel Zero's vice president of marketing & sales, Chris Fuoco, talks about the station's fall lineup and plans for its 60th anniversary in 2014.

Programming VP highlights CHCH’s fall line-up

CHCH/Channel Zero programming vice president Jennifer Chen talks about the new shows and returning favourites on the fall schedule.

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Canada-U.S. border closure extended to September

Canada and the U.S. have agreed to keep the border closed to non-essential travel until Sept. 21. Public Safety Minister Bill Blair tweeted the news...

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Work colleagues hit the jackpot splitting the $70 million Lotto Max...

Two friends, one from Oakville and another from Thornhill were covered in confetti today as they celebrated winning the Lottomax prize of $70-million. Phil Perkins...