Aldred Rogers Broadcasting Limited was established in 1959 by Edward Samuel "Ted" Rogers Jr. (son of Edward Samuel Rogers Sr., founder of the Rogers Vacuum Tube Company) and Joel Aldred. In 1960 a joint venture was created between Aldred-Rogers Broadcasting and Telegram Corporation (owned by the Bassett and Eaton families) named Baton-Aldred-Rogers Broadcasting, to launch CFTO-DT (now owned by Bell Media).
Five years after the launch of CFTO, Rogers Broadcasting was formed.
Rogers Cable TV
Rogers changed its name to Rogers Cable TV Limited in 1967.
Rogers merged with Canadian Cablesystems in 1979, becoming a public company in the process.
This logo (known as the Möbius strip) was introduced in 2000.
The Möbius strip was slightly altered with a new font.
On March 15, 2021, Rogers announced its intent to acquire Shaw Communications for $26 billion, subject to regulatory and shareholder approval. This proposed acquisition was criticized by public lobby groups like Open Media, as a move that would reduce national competition in Canadian wireless communication by removing one of the four major competitors from the market.