Tag: CRTC

All things CRTC from Broadcast Dialogue, Canada’s broadcast industry publication of record.

Bill C-11 could become law next week with Senate sign-off

As Bill C-11 sat on the doorstep of passing third and final reading in the Senate, Canadian Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez – who introduced...

CRTC questions Corus’ move to simulcast CHQR Calgary on FM

The CRTC has written a letter to Corus Entertainment questioning its recent move to simulcast 770 CHQR programming on CFGQ-FM Calgary. Corus debuted QR Calgary:...

Radio & Podcast News – AM/FM continues to lead Canadian audio...

Radio On The Move’s Fall 2022 Share of Audio update from Signal Hill Insights and Radio Connects, indicates AM/FM radio continues to be the...

Radio & Podcast News – On-demand song streaming grew 14% in...

Luminate’s 2022 Year-End Music Report indicates streaming continued to grow in Canada in 2022, with on-demand audio streams hitting the 100 billion mark for...

Revolving Door

Vicky Eatrides has been named the new Chairperson and CEO of the CRTC, beginning her five-year appointment Jan. 5. Most recently Assistant Deputy Minister...

Regulatory, Telecom & Media News – Competition Bureau obtains emergency stay...

  The Competition Bureau has obtained an emergency stay from the Federal Court of Appeal following last week’s decision denying its application to block the...

Vicky Eatrides succeeds Ian Scott as CRTC Chair

Vicky Eatrides has been named the incoming Chairperson and CEO of the CRTC. Eatrides, whose background includes both public and private sector experience, begins her...

Regulatory, Telecom & Media News – Senate committee completes Bill C-11...

The Senate Standing Committee on Transport and Communications has completed its review of Bill C-11, the Online Streaming Act. Among recent amendments are a...

Radio & Podcast News – CRTC commercial radio review relaxes Common...

The CRTC has released the results of its commercial radio review, allowing broadcasters to operate one more FM station in the same market, under...

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...

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