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Rebranded Crave streaming service combines HBO Canada, CraveTV and TMN

Canadians will no longer have to have a cable subscription to stream HBO. Bell Media is rebranding and combining The Movie Network (TMN), HBO Canada and...

An Interview With Jeff Vidler, Audience Insights

On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue the Podcast, we talk to Jeff Vidler of Audience Insights about the 2018 Canadian Podcast Listener Survey. Vidler covers...

Ontario radio legend Rick Hodge announces retirement

Rick Hodge has announced he's retiring after 45 years in radio. For the last six years, Hodge has been co-hosting the morning show at iHeartRadio...

Jayme Poisson host of new daily CBC News podcast

CBC News launched daily podcast Front Burner on Monday, hosted and produced by investigative journalist Jayme Poisson. A joint project with CBC Podcasts, the new podcast will be...

Mike Bullard among talk hosts joining Sauga 960 AM

News Talk Sauga 960 AM (CKNT-AM) Mississauga officially launched daily programming Monday morning, with its on-air lineup featuring Mike Bullard and former CRTC commissioner Marc Patrone,...

CRTC hearings on questionable telco practices wrap

CRTC hearings on misleading and aggressive sales practices by the country's telecom providers concluded Friday afternoon, with Shaw, Rogers and Bell disputing that questionable...

YouTube still audio streaming go-to in Canada, according to MTM

The latest report from the Media Technology Monitor (MTM) indicates that YouTube is still the most popular music streaming service among Anglophone Canadians. While MTM...

‘From the Vaults’ series to take viewers inside CBC music archives

CBC is set to release original series From The Vaults that will take viewers on an all-access journey into the public broadcaster's music archives. Hosted by...

Corus inks W Network-Hallmark Channel partnership

Corus Entertainment and Crown Media Family Network have announced a multi-year, multi-platform partnership that will bring Hallmark Channel content to the W Network. Beginning Nov. 1, Hallmark...

Roger Ashby retiring from CHUM 104.5 mornings after half-century with station

After an incredible 50 years with the station, Roger Ashby has announced his retirement from the CHUM 104.5 Toronto morning show. Ashby's last broadcast will happen Dec....
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