Tag: News

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

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...

Canadian Screen Awards winners: News, Entertainment & Sports

The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television handed out the 2024 Canadian Screen Awards for News, Entertainment, and Sports on Tuesday evening at the...

The Weekly Briefing

REVOLVING DOOR: Brian DePoe has joined JAZZ.FM91 (CJRT-FM) Toronto as its new Program Director, among other changes at the not-for-profit station. DePoe was most recently...

Canadians turning to broadcaster websites in wake of Meta news ban,...

Media Technology Monitor (MTM) has released a new report looking at the impact of Meta's news ban on Facebook and Instagram in Canada. The report...

APTN adds midday newscast to spring lineup

APTN is introducing a 30-minute midday edition of APTN National News as part of a refreshed spring lineup. The network says the midday cast, airing at noon CT beginning May 6,...

Futuri unveils AI in Media study at NAB Show

An overwhelming majority of TV viewers want clear disclosure when content or hosts themselves are powered by AI, according to Futuri's AI in Media Study,...

Legendary Vancouver reporter George Garrett signs off at 89

George Garrett, who for more than four decades helped Vancouver's 980 CKNW earn its reputation as a destination for breaking news, has passed away...

Steve Murphy on ‘Murphy’s Logic’ and 45 years in news

"Murphy's Logic" is the title of longtime CTV Atlantic anchorman Steve Murphy's latest book, sharing a name with his long-running opinion segment on CTV...

Canadian Screen Awards nominations by network

The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television (the Canadian Academy) has unveiled this year's Canadian Screen Awards nominees. By network, CBC/Radio-Canada and its creative and production...

Canadian Heritage extends Local Journalism Initiative through 2027

Canadian Heritage has announced $58.8 million in funding to extend the Local Journalism Initiative (LJI) through 2027. Initially launched in 2019 as a five-year, $50...