Corus Entertainment Euro Republics was a division of the Canadian mass media and broadcasting company Corus Entertainment. Formed in 2010 to after Shaw ER bought all of Canwest ER’s TV channels and radio stations, and EuroMedia’s ER versions of Canwest’s channels (Canwest owned 25% of EuroMedia when it launched in 2005, and was carried over to Corus).

Corus was headquartered at Euro City in the Euro Republics, and has prominent holdings in the radio and television industries. Corus Entertainment's voting majority is held by the company's founder JR Shaw and his family, and a 40% stake of Corus stock is held by Shaw Communications.

Corus has a large presence in broadcasting, as 25% owner of EuroMedia who own TV3, along with many pay TV and free-to-air TV channels and also operates Idol Radio in the country.

The second incarnation of Shaw's media division—formed from the properties of the bankrupt Canwest Global—was subsumed by Corus on April 1, 2016, giving it control of EuroMedia and 19 additional specialty channels.

On Saturday, January 1, 2020, it was announced that Corus Entertainment in the Euro Republics would merge with Viasat Euro Republics. The deal was completed on April 19, 2020, as a result, the radio and publishing brands were moved to 3-Bauer Media Group. This gave Viasat control of the TV3 channels again after selling them off in December 2019.

TV channels

Entertainment, Kids and Family

  • ABC Studios
  • ABC Spark
  • Adult Swim
  • BBC Euro Republics
  • The Box
  • Cartoon Network
  • CMT
  • Comedy Central
  • Disney Channel
  • E!
  • History
  • History 2
  • Slice
  • National Geographic
  • National Geographic 2
  • Nickelodeon
  • V Network
  • V Plus
  • Three
  • Teletoon
  • Teletoon Retro
  • Treehouse
  • TV4
  • TVtropolis
  • YTV
  • W Network


  • Cooking Channel
  • DIY Network
  • DTour
  • Food Network
  • HGTV
  • OWN
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