Regina, SK – Access Communications today announced it would remove the Russia Today network from its AccessNexTV Stream lineup.
“We share the concerns of many Canadians with the current events in Ukraine,” said Jim Deane, CEO of Access Communications. “Access Communications stands with Ukraine, and we’re committed to supporting the Ukrainian-Canadian members of our community.”
Russia Today is a state-run Russian television network. The channel launched on AccessNexTV Stream on December 20, 2021, along with several new multicultural offerings.
About Access Communications Co-operative
Access Communications Co-operative began serving customers in 1978 and has grown into one of Saskatchewan’s largest telecommunications companies. We deliver exceptional communications and entertainment services to over 235 communities and 200,000 square kilometres of rural areas across our province. As a community-owned, not-for-profit co-operative, our commitment to the community goes beyond providing internet, television, phone, and security services. We dedicate 100% of our earnings to improving the quality of life in the communities and rural areas where we live and do business, primarily through our AccessNow TV community channels, corporate initiatives and fundraising events, and our Children’s Fund charity.