Tag: Television

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

The Weekly Briefing

  RADIO/AUDIO/PODCAST: 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...

The Weekly Briefing

RADIO/AUDIO/PODCAST: The CBC News Hall of Fame has posthumously inducted Matthew Halton and Peter Stursberg, both WWII correspondents for CBC Radio, whose field reporting kept...

REVOLVING DOOR

Alicia Barin has been appointed the CRTC Regional Member for Quebec. Her five-year term will begin Aug. 11. Barin was formerly a key member...

Investors eye Hamilton as film and TV production destination

A coalition of investors and the City of Hamilton have signed a memorandum of understanding that would see the city-owned Barton-Tiffany lands developed into an...

CBC/Radio-Canada makes new diversity commitment

CBC/Radio-Canada has pledged to ensure by 2025 that at least one of the key creative positions (producer, director, writer, showrunner or lead performer) on...

The Weekly Briefing

RADIO/AUDIO/PODCAST: David Bray has a look at Spring diary ratings for Winnipeg, Ottawa, Victoria, Quebec City and Halifax here. Numeris has delayed the scheduled release...

The Weekly Briefing

  RADIO/AUDIO/PODCAST: Bell Media has rolled out a rebrand of 13 of its iHeartRadio Canada stations. It's billing "Pure Country" as the first-ever national country music radio...

The Weekly Briefing

  RADIO/AUDIO/PODCAST: The CRTC has reopened the public comment period for licence renewal of Labrador francophone community radio station Rafale FM (CJRM-FM) - the station revealed...

How ‘Seeing Is Believing’ Drives Success For SDS

As SDS continues to innovate, adding new components to their top-ranked broadcast software, a consistent ‘old school’ truth becomes ever more apparent. Nothings beats a...

OTT to overtake terrestrial TV by 2020: CRG

There'll be more Canadians subscribed to OTT services, like Netflix and Crave, by next year than traditional television, according to a forecast released this...
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