9 Channel Nine Court - Other Bell Media Facilities in Toronto

Other Bell Media Facilities in Toronto

Alongside 9 Channel Nine Court, several other Bell Media properties are operated from other facilities in the Toronto area:

  • Several other Bell Media television channels, mainly including those acquired from CHUM Limited— such as MuchMusic, MuchMore, MTV2, CP24, BNN, Space, E!, The Comedy Network and Comedy Gold, are operated from 299 Queen Street West, formerly known as the CHUM-City Building'. This location also serves as the current home of CTV's entertainment news program eTalk, the corporate head office of Bell Media, the CFTO Downtown Toronto news bureau, and the master control operations for the CTV Two television stations in Southern Ontario (including Windsor, London, Barrie, and Ottawa).
  • MTV Canada's studios are located at the Masonic Temple at Davenport Road and Yonge Street.
  • Studios for Bell Media's radio channels including TSN Radio 1050, 104.5 CHUM-FM and Flow 93.5 are currently located at 250 Richmond Street West at Richmond and Duncan streets which is adjacent to 299 Queen Street West.

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