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The BC Association of Broadcasters (BCAB) handed out its Best in Province awards for...

The BC Association of Broadcasters (BCAB) handed out its Best in Province awards for Radio and Television at last week’s President’s Dinner & Awards...

The BC Association of Broadcasters (BCAB) conference is underway this week in Kelowna

The BC Association of Broadcasters (BCAB) conference is underway this week in Kelowna. Thursday evening marks the 71st Annual President’s Dinner & Awards Gala,...

Raj Shoan, former CRTC commissioner for Ontario, has had his application for a judicial...

Raj Shoan, former CRTC commissioner for Ontario, has had his application for a judicial review of his termination by the regulator, dismissed by a...

Steve Paikin has been cleared after an investigation found sexual harassment claims against the...

  Steve Paikin has been cleared after an investigation found sexual harassment claims against the TVO host are unsubstantiated. Independent investigator Rachel Turnpenney says in...

Rogers and BCE Inc. have registered to lobby the government on proposed Senate legislation...

Rogers and BCE Inc. have registered to lobby the government on proposed Senate legislation aimed at banning junk food advertising to kids under 17....

Lynn Burry and Terry Seguin have been named as the RTDNA Canada’s Lifetime Achievement...

Lynn Burry and Terry Seguin have been named as the RTDNA Canada’s Lifetime Achievement Award inductees this year in the East Region. Burry began...

RTDNA Canada will recognize Rick Cluff, Hudson Mack and Wayne Williams as recipients of...

RTDNA Canada will recognize Rick Cluff, Hudson Mack and Wayne Williams as recipients of the Lifetime Achievement Award in the West Region on Apr....

Shaw Communications is among those lauding the new 600 MHz wireless spectrum auction framework...

Shaw Communications is among those lauding the new 600 MHz wireless spectrum auction framework announcement by Innovation, Science and Economic Development. Scheduled for March...

Radio-Canada’s Marie-Maude Denis has been ordered by Quebec Superior Court to reveal who leaked...

Radio-Canada’s Marie-Maude Denis has been ordered by Quebec Superior Court to reveal who leaked confidential information to her. Last week’s ruling says Denis, one...

The Canadian Association of Journalists has condemned the actions of the Service de police...

The Canadian Association of Journalists has condemned the actions of the Service de police de la Ville de Gatineau after the Mar. 13 arrest...
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