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CRTC, Telecom and Conference News In Brief – BCAB changing format,...

The British Columbia Association of Broadcasters (BCAB) has announced that it’s moving its annual conference from mid-May to October and trying on a new...

CRTC takes steps to make lower-cost data-only wireless plans available

The CRTC has announced that Bell, Rogers and Telus will offer data-only wireless plans for as low as $15/month, as part of the regulator's effort to...

Canadian Media News In Brief – PETA threatens legal action against...

The Canadian Media Concentration Research Project has released its report looking at the network media economy, including the state of competition in the mobile...

Telecom and CRTC News In Brief – CCTS says telecom and...

The Commission for Complaints for Telecom-television Services (CCTS) has published its 2017-18 Annual Report, noting a 57 per cent increase in the number of...

Telus, Shaw tell CRTC no need for national, multi-ethnic TV service

As a third day of CRTC hearings continued Wednesday on a national multi-ethnic television service and who might operate it, the commission heard from...

#CRTC and #Telecom News In Brief

CRTC hearings into questionable sales practices by the country’s big telcos opened with the full commission panel hearing that the deaf, deaf-blind and hard...

#Broadcasting & #Telecom News – Broadcasting and Telecommunications Act Review Panel...

The Broadcasting and Telecommunications Legislative Review Panel launched its consultation process this week with the release of Responding to the New Environment: A Call...

CRTC lays out priorities for next two fiscal years

The CRTC has laid out its priorities for the next two fiscal years in its CRTC Forecast 2019-20. Under the purview of Broadcasting, the...

Telus first to offer 24-hour Travelxp 4K HDR channel in Canada

Telus says the Travelxp 4K HDR channel marks the first time a 24/7 HDR channel is available in Canada. Now available to Telus Optik TV customers...

Big three Canadian telcos named in patent infringement suit

BCE, Telus, and Rogers Communications are named in a lawsuit for alleged patent infringement involving tech used to locate mobile phones for 9-1-1 service....
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