Monitoring Your Radio Feeds Economically

Inovonics Broadcast shows how to monitor your radio feeds with features previously only available from equipment priced at nearly three times the cost. The Inovonics...

Stingray Radio temporarily lays off 90 nationwide

Stingray Radio has temporarily laid off just under 90 employees nationwide due to what Steve Jones, SVP Brands & Content, Radio, describes as a...

Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast: Broadcasters talk adapting to the age...

On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, we hear from a range of broadcasters on how they adapted to the fast-breaking developments...

Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast: Jean-Marie Heimrath, CEO of The Podcast...

On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, Jean-Marie Heimrath, president & CEO of The Podcast Exchange (TPX). The Toronto-headquartered podcast monetization company has...

CBC brings virtual interview series trend to primetime

CBC is launching a new Sunday evening, virtual primetime interview show from host Tom Power's home. What're You At? with Tom Power will broadcast Sundays...

TV & Film News – IATSE holds PPE drive for hospitals

IATSE, the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, has been holding Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) drives for hospitals with thousands of its members off...

Regulatory, Telecom & Media News – CRTC waives $30M in broadcaster...

The CRTC will waive Part I licence fees for broadcasters for the 2020-21 fiscal year, representing a collective savings of $30 million for more...

$30M in broadcaster licence fees waived amid pandemic ad revenue slump

The CRTC will be waiving Part I licence fees for broadcasters for the 2020-21 fiscal year, representing a collective savings of $30 million for...

$30M in broadcaster licence fees waived amid pandemic ad revenue slump

The CRTC will be waiving Part I licence fees for broadcasters for the 2020-21 fiscal year, representing a collective savings of $30 million for...

Guilbeault wants broadcast reform bill tabled by June

Canadian Heritage Min. Steven Guilbeault says he's aiming to have a broadcast reform bill tabled in the House of Commons by June. Speaking at the...

Online & Digital Media News – Netflix agrees to reduce video...

Netflix has agreed to reduce the default quality of its video in Canada, following an appeal by the Canadian Network Operators Consortium, Canadian Communication...

Glacier Media halts production of Vancouver Courier

Glacier Media has temporarily halted production of the Vancouver Courier and laid off staff, with an internal memo citing revenue losses and poor cash...

Broadcast Tech News – Ross Video temporarily shuts down Ontario factory

SMPTE Toronto has cancelled all of its meetings, including its Toronto Technical Conference, through the end of June. The conference has been rescheduled to...

Broadcast Tech News – Matrix and WideOrbit announce new integration

Matrix and WideOrbit have announced a new integration that gives media sellers the ability to review Accounts Receivable aging data in Matrix’s media ad...




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