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

Canadian ads will be back for 2020 Super Bowl following SCOC ruling

The Supreme Court of Canada (SCOC) has quashed a CRTC order that has prohibited simultaneous substitution of American ads during the Super Bowl since 2017. In...

Bell’s proposed ‘V’ acquisition threatens to crush competition, says Quebecor

Quebecor is asking the CRTC to outright deny Bell Media's application to acquire the French-language V network. In its intervention to the commission, filed Friday,...
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CRTC opens public Facebook consultation on CBC/Radio-Canada

The CRTC is asking Canadians for their opinions on CBC/Radio-Canada programming as part of the public broadcaster's licence renewal process. "CBC/Radio-Canada plays an important role...
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Canadian Heritage upholds CRTC decision on OMNI Regional

Canadian Heritage will uphold the May CRTC decision to issue Rogers Media the broadcast licence to operate national, multilingual, multi-ethnic discretionary service OMNI Regional....

CRTC unveils Internet Code aimed at better informing consumers

The CRTC has published a code of conduct for Internet service providers (ISPs) aimed at providing Canadians with more safeguards against the shady practices...

First Indigenous woman CRTC commissioner appointed

Claire Anderson has been appointed CRTC commissioner for British Columbia and Yukon, becoming the first Indigenous woman and Yukon resident to sit on the commission and...

Videotron to challenge CRTC ruling on set-top box data sharing

Quebecor intends to challenge another CRTC ruling in court in an attempt to lift conditions of licence related to the sharing of data from...

Feds direct CRTC to bring down cost of internet, cellphone bills

Innovation, Science and Economic Development (ISED) has tabled the final version of a policy direction that requires the CRTC to take steps to bring...

OMNI programming to remain status quo until fall 2020: Rogers

Following Thursday's CRTC decision maintaining OMNI Regional as Canada's national, multi-ethnic television service, Rogers says the service's current programming slate will remain status quo...

OMNI to remain Canada’s national multi-ethnic TV service

OMNI will remain Canada's national multi-ethnic, multilingual television service, however it will re-launch by the fall of 2020 with a larger commitment to local...
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