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CTV GO on a Windows 10 PC. Display will vary by platform.
Type of site
Video on demand
Available in English
Headquarters Toronto, Ontario,  Canada
Area served  Canada
Owner Bell Media
Website www.ctv.ca/ctvgo
Registration Subscription to CTV through participating pay television provider required to access some content
Launched November 21, 2013 (2013-11-21) [1]
Current status Active

CTV GO is an online video streaming service, broadcasting a wide range of television shows, news, movies, and sports. With a cable or satellite subscription, you are able to watch CTV and CTV Two live. CTV GO is available on their website, Android, iOS, Xbox One[2], Windows 10.[3]


CTV GO is CTV's online supplementary service. Launched in 2013, CTV GO allows users to watch Canadian and American programs some of which include: American Idol, W5, Question Period, Live with Kelly and Ryan, Ellen, Big Bang Theory[4], and a handful of movies. CTV GO is free of charge, and anyone without a paid service provider can watch programming for a limited time, in which, programs will become locked but unlocked for those who have logged in using their Pay TV account information.


CTV GO offers most programming from CTV on CTV GO after they have been aired on the main network, which includes most Canadian and American programming. All content on CTV GO is geo-restricted, and requires you to be located in Canada to view CTV programing. Aside from already broadcasted programming, CTV GO also allows you to watch your local CTV station and local CTV Two station live, as long as you have signed in using your Pay TV account information.[5]


List of current providers offering CTV GO[6]

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