Tag: Canadian Association of Broadcasters

CAB concerned commercial broadcasters not represented in Google collective

The Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) says it's concerned commercial broadcasters - the largest employer of journalists in Canada - aren't represented on the...

Traditional broadcasters to pay lower regulatory fees, starting April 1

Traditional broadcasters will pay lower fees starting April 1, under a new structure the CRTC announced this week. Drafted with an eye to striking a...

Podcasts, digital creators excluded in final Online Streaming Act policy direction...

Canadian Heritage Min. Pascale St-Onge has released the final policy direction around the Online Streaming Act to the CRTC, clarifying that social media, digital...

Carmela Laurignano named Chair of CAB Board of Directors

The Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) has announced Carmela Laurignano as the newly-appointed Chair of the CAB Board of Directors for a two-year term. Laurignano...

CAB, CBC, News Media Canada call for news blocking inquiry

News Media Canada, the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) and CBC/Radio-Canada are calling on the Competition Bureau to investigate Meta’s decision to block news...

Ford Canada confirms transition away from AM radio globally

Ford Canada has confirmed that it's transitioning away from AM radio in all of its vehicles globally, including those destined for the Canadian market. The...

Regulatory, Telecom & Media News – TVO producers and journalists authorize...

TVO employees, unionized under the Canadian Media Guild (CMG), have voted 100% in support of a strike mandate. The collective agreement governing journalists, producers...

Google news blocking test amounts to ‘bully tactics,’ says CAB President

The Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) is accusing Google of using bullying tactics as the digital giant confirms it's been testing limiting Canadian users...

CRTC radio review ‘a profound disappointment’: CAB

The Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) is calling the CRTC's commercial radio policy review "a profound disappointment." Released Wednesday morning following a process that began in...

Online & Digital Media News – Twitter layoffs hit Canada

Twitter has laid off its Director of Public Policy for the U.S. & Canada, among other Canadian staff, as the platform undertakes mass layoffs...