Rogers TV is proud to produce quality local programming that matters to you. With your busy schedule however, you may miss your favourite shows occasionally, so you may be interested in obtaining copies of certain episodes or special productions.
If you would like to order a DVD copy of a program, or Link of a segment, complete the requested information below and someone will get back to you within 1-3 business days.
Alternatively, you can call the Dub Request Line at 905-436-4126. Please indicate whether you are requesting a DVD or a Link Request and leave your name, telephone number, the name of show and the date the program aired.
- The cost for a program is $28.25 tax included.
- The cost for an hour and a half program is $42.38 tax included.
- The cost for a 2hr program is $56.50 tax included.
- The cost for a link request is $28.25 tax included.
All payments must be received before the DVD is processed. We accept VISA, Mastercard, AMEX, or Cheque. (Note: Please do not include your Credit Card information in the form below, as we will request that from you over the phone.)
Info on Link Requests:
Rogers TV will capture and encode your segment and publish it on rogerstv.com. The link will be active for 1 year from the date it is sent to you and can be accessed by anyone with internet access. We will provide you with the link path, which will also be available under the video itself. We encourage you to link to this video from your own website or share the link with anyone you wish.
Your clip can not be a full episode but instead must be a portion of the show: in general, your clip can be 1 segment (aka 8mins) from a 30min show, or 2 segments (aka 16mins) from an hour show. Your clip will not be searchable through the Rogers TV website as to allow you to control who you want to see your content. The clips can be renewed for an additional year at the same price.
Restrictions: Please note, Rogers TV does not allow or support the following: (1) Embedding of the video onto your own site or elsewhere; (2) Downloading of video and re-uploading onto your own site or elsewhere; (3) Requests of Rogers TV to send you the video file; (4) Rogers TV video content uploaded to your website and external sites (examples: YouTube, Facebook, etc.).
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