Ethnic Channels Group: How investing in the risks of being a small broadcaster is paying off with global growth

Greg O'brien - July 5, 2016 CARTT.CA

Nextologies is changing the economics of signal transport

SLAVA LEVIN WANTS to show me something.

We walk through his new building in Markham, past his master control which now offers 107 TV channels to Canadian distributors (making ECG the largest broadcaster in Canada, by number of channels), past one of his studios where a Canadian Filipino-language talk show is being shot, and through a tech-cluttered storage area to a set of tight, narrow stairs and then a ladder.


Ethnic Channels Group partners with Dr. OZ to launch JUNGOTV: New OTT platform for international content

June 13, 2016

Canadian-based Ethnic Channels Group Limited (“ECG”) ( today announced it is a major content provider for JungoTV, (, a new international content OTT service and innovative platform that provides the best foreign language television and film content from around the globe. ECG’s partner, Nextologies, will manage and distribute JungoTV throughout Canada.