Tag: Podcast

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

Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast: New internet stations aim to reinvent...

We've asked the question before on this podcast - what would radio look like if it were invented after the internet? A couple of new...

Radio & Podcast News – CRTC hearing to review non-compliance by...

The CRTC will hold a hearing on Sept. 5 in Gatineau to review repeated instances of non-compliance by McBride Communications-owned stations CHMZ-FM Tofino, CFPV-FM...

Kathy Kenzora hosts History of the 90’s podcast for Corus’ Curiouscast

Podcaster Kathy Kenzora is hosting and co-producing a new podcast for Corus' Curiouscast network exploring the decade that brought us the grunge movement, Seinfeld...

Radio & Podcast News – Stingray introduces new regional morning show...

Stingray has introduced a new, live, regional morning show in the B.C. Interior that will be co-hosted by Casey Clarke. Clarke, who is known...

Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast: Numeris answers your questions on year-round...

Numeris is set to start year-round measurement in all radio diary markets starting in August. This major shift for small and medium market radio has...

Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast: Paul Jacobs, Jacobs Media Strategies

Media strategist Paul Jacobs addressed the 2019 Western Association of Broadcasters conference and his message to the room was pretty straightforward - not enough...

Missing & Murdered podcast among CJF honourees

The 2019 Canadian Journalism Foundation Awards were handed out Thursday evening with CBC News podcast Missing & Murdered: Finding Cleo earning the CJF Jackman Award...

Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast: Highlights from the Canadian Music &...

If you weren't at the recent 2019 Canadian Music & Broadcast Industry Awards, among this year's Hall of Fame inductees were longtime CJAY92 Calgary...

40 per cent of podcast listening in Canada is CanCon: Canadian...

While accustomed to living in the cultural shadow of the U.S., Canadians are happy to listen to homegrown podcasts, according to new data released...

New podcast courses boost Dalhousie summer enrollment

Dalhousie University's International Development Studies program has introduced two summer courses via podcast for the first time that's resulted in an enrollment boost over...
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