Stingray Country
Broadcast areaNational
HeadquartersToronto, Ontario
Picture format1080i (HDTV)
480i (SDTV)
OwnerStingray Group
Sister channelsStingray Vibe
Stingray Retro
Stingray Juicebox
Stingray Loud
Stingray Now 4K
LaunchedMay 13, 2019
ReplacedStingray Juicebox (most providers)
WebsiteStingray Country

Stingray Country is a Canadian English language discretionary specialty channel owned by Stingray Digital. The channel broadcasts music videos relating to country music.


The channel launched on May 13, 2019[1][2] on Roku; later launching on January 15, 2020, on Bell-owned television systems including Bell Satellite, Bell Aliant, and Bell Fibe TV, replacing Stingray Juicebox. The channel's launch followed CMT's decision in 2017 to stop playing music videos,[3] leaving no dedicated channel for country music videos to air on Canadian television.

Over a month after its launch on Canadian television service providers, Stingray Group announced its official launch on February 18, 2020, noting it has since increased its coverage by launching on additional providers including Eastlink, Cogeco, Shaw Direct, Telus, Comwave, and Vidéotron.[4]


Since the channels launch, its programming has exclusively been music video programs, primarily featuring videos released during the 1990s to current day.

Current programs airing on the channel include:


  1. ^ Roku Channel To Add 6 Free Music Channels, Rokuki, 2019-05-13
  2. ^ Roku Offers Week Of Unlocked TV Shows & Free Music Channels,, 05-13-19
  3. ^ "CMT Is Giving The Boot To Country Music". FYI Music News. 2017-08-23. Retrieved 2017-08-30.
  4. ^ "Stingray Grows its TV Channel Offering and Launches Stingray Country in Canada". GlobeNewswire (Press release). February 18, 2020.