Tag: Rogers

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

Radio & Podcast News – Major changes coming to Canadian radio...

Numeris has announced it’s making major changes to the way Canadian radio in small and medium markets is measured. Starting this summer, those 95...

St. Joseph Communications acquires Rogers’ publishing division

St. Joseph Communications (SJC) has entered into an agreement that will see the company acquire all seven of the Rogers Media consumer print and...

CRTC & Awards News – Bell, Rogers, Corus request described video...

The CRTC has called for comments on an amendment proposed by Bell Media, Corus Entertainment and Rogers Media to their condition of licence, effective...

Radio & Podcast News – CRTC greenlights Acadia Broadcasting’s purchase of...

The CRTC has approved Acadia Broadcasting Limited’s purchase of CIGO-FM Port Hawkesbury, NS from MacEachern Broadcasting Limited. Acadia filed an application with the CRTC...

Rogers marks #IWD2019 with JILL FM station rebrands

To mark International Women's Day 2019, Rogers temporarily rebranded its JACK FM stations Friday. JILL FM - "Playing What She Wants" greeted listeners tuning into...

CRTC & Telecom News – CRTC launches review of mobile wireless...

The CRTC is launching a review of the mobile wireless market to determine whether further action is required to improve choice and affordability for...

Bart Yabsley appointed president of Sportsnet

Bart Yabsley has been appointed the new president of Sportsnet, effective immediately. Yabsley has been part of the Rogers Media senior leadership team since 2014...

Mike Webber, Rogers’ VP of Legal who orchestrated NHL deal, dies...

Michael Webber, the longtime Vice-President of Legal for Rogers Communications, passed away on Feb. 26 after a battle with brain cancer. He was 51. Webber...

Online & Digital Media News In Brief – Rogers Media not...

Rogers Media isn’t commenting on two incidents last week that saw hackers gain control of radio station Twitter accounts in Halifax and Vancouver. The...

Rogers not commenting on social media hacking incidents

Rogers Media isn't commenting on two incidents this week that saw hackers gain control of radio station Twitter accounts in Halifax and Vancouver. The first...
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