Telemedia was a Canadian media company, which had holdings in radio, television and magazine publishing.

The company was launched in 1968 by Philippe de Gaspé Beaubien.

Telemedia was held privately until it became publicly traded in the late 1980s.

Telemedia's magazine assets, including Canadian Living, Harrowsmith, Homemakers and the Canadian editions of TV Guide and ELLE, were sold to Transcontinental Media in 2000. Standard Broadcasting subsequently acquired Telemedia's broadcasting assets in 2002, and sold some of them in turn to Rogers Communications and Newcap Broadcasting.

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