V television now available on Bell Mobile TV, Fibe TV On Demand, Bell TV Online

V television now available on Bell Mobile TV, Fibe TV On Demand, Bell TV Online 
Top-rated programs like Un souper presque parfait, Et que ça sauté! and Les 
Détestables available across all 4 screens 
MONTREAL, Nov. 22, 2012 /CNW Telbec/ - Bell today announced the launch of V 
network on Bell Mobile TV, Bell Fibe TV On Demand and Bell TV Online, offering 
consumers 4-screen access to some of the most popular French-language TV 
"With live and on-demand access to V's great French-language programming, Bell 
TV just got better," said Wade Oosterman, President of Bell Mobility and Bell 
Residential Services and Bell's Chief Brand Officer. "Launching V across 
multiple TV platforms is the latest example of Bell's commitment to deliver 
the best content to any screens customers may choose." 
Such popular V programs as Un souper presque parfait, Et que ça saute! and 
Les Détestables are all now available on Bell Mobile TV, Fibe TV on Demand 
and TV Online. 
Bell TV: Pick a screen, fill it with goodness
With 28 channels, Bell Mobile TV also offers the widest range of mobile TV 
programming in Canada, including live and on-demand news, sports, 
entertainment and children's content. Bell Mobile TV is available for $5 per 
month for 10 hours of viewing. Please visit Bell.ca/MobileTV.  
Bell Fibe TV On Demand offers access to an extensive selection of the hottest 
movies, TV programs and series on the most popular TV channels, such as CTV, 
CTV Two, Disney Junior, HGTV, HBO, The Movie Network and AMC. Please visit 
Bell TV Online enables customers to watch channels included in their Bell TV 
subscription online anywhere in Canada. Please visit Bell.ca/TVOnline. 
About Bell
Headquartered in Montréal since 1880, Bell offers Bell Mobility wireless, 
Bell TV, Bell Internet, Bell Home Phone and Bell Business Markets services 
across Canada, and is wholly owned by BCE Inc. (TSX, NYSE: BCE). Bell Media is 
Canada's premier multimedia company with leading assets in television, radio 
and digital media. To learn more, please visit Bell.ca. 
Bell is committed to promoting Canadian mental health through the Bell Let's 
Talk anti-stigma campaign and unprecedented financial support for community 
care, research and workplace best practices. To learn more, please visit 
Marie-Ève Francoeur Bell Media Relations 514 391-5263 
marie-eve.francoeur@bell.ca @Bell_News 
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