Rogers Communications Inc. operates as a communications and media company in Canada. The company’s Wireless segment provides retail and business voice and data wireless communications services. It operates a global system for mobile communications and general packet radio service network. This segment markets its products and services under the Rogers Wireless, Fido, and chatr brands. Its Cable segment offers cable television, high-speed Internet access, and cable telephony services. As of December 31, 2011, this segment provided digital cable services to approximately 1.8 million television subscribers; and Internet service to approximately 1.8 million residential subscribers. It also offers local and long-distance telephone, enhanced voice and data services, and IP access, as well as residential circuit-switched telephony services. In addition, this segment operates a retail distribution chain consisting of approximately 360 stores that provide cable services, and digital and Internet equipment, as well as offers digital video disc and video game sales and rentals. The company’s Media segment publishes consumer, trade, and professional publications, as well as operates 55 radio stations in Canada; multicultural OMNI broadcast television stations; the 5 station Citytv television network; specialty sports television services, including Sportsnet, Sportnet ONE, and Sportsnet World; specialty services comprising Outdoor Life Network, The Biography Channel (Canada), FX (Canada), G4 Canada, and CityNews Channel; and televised shopping service, The Shopping Channel. It also delivers content and conducts e-commerce through the Internet; and owns Toronto Blue Jays, a League Baseball club, as well as Rogers Centre sports and entertainment venue. Rogers Communications Inc. was founded in 1920 and is based in Toronto, Canada.