List of Assets Owned By Bell Media

List Of Assets Owned By Bell Media

This is a list of assets currently owned by Bell Media, a subsidiary of BCE Inc.

Note that this list does not include BCE's 28% interest in Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment, which itself owns a majority interest in the digital specialty channels Leafs TV, NBA TV Canada, and GolTV Canada. This interest is held by BCE through a different subsidiary, not through Bell Media.

This list also does not enumerate the various telecommunications or retail assets owned by BCE. For further information on those properties, refer to the article on Bell Canada.

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