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

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...

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...

Roundhouse Radio shareholders to sell to South Fraser Broadcasting for $600K

The shareholders of defunct Vancouver talk station Roundhouse Radio (CIRH-FM) have applied to the CRTC to sell its assets to South Fraser Broadcasting Inc.  Roundhouse...
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CRTC asks Canadians to weigh in on proposed code of conduct for ISPs

The CRTC says it's taking action to address increasing complaints about internet services. The commission is seeking comments on the need for a mandatory code...

CRTC hearings on questionable telco practices wrap

CRTC hearings on misleading and aggressive sales practices by the country's telecom providers concluded Friday afternoon, with Shaw, Rogers and Bell disputing that questionable...

CRTC greenlights Stingray’s purchase of Newcap

The CRTC has approved Stingray Digital Group's purchase of Newfoundland Capital Corporation Limited (NCCL) and its radio and television stations for $523,949,242. In addition to the...

#CRTCforum hashtag reflects unfiltered exasperation of Canadian wireless consumers

Dozens of Canadians took the opportunity to chime in on the record via Twitter on day one of the CRTC hearings on aggressive and...
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CRTC hears deaf, hard of hearing consumers face barriers to fair wireless plans

The CRTC hearing looking into aggressive and misleading sales practices from Canada's big telecom providers heard Monday that the deaf and deaf-blind community face...

CRTC research finds 40 per cent of Canadians feel misled by big telcos

Public opinion research commissioned by the CRTC finds that about 40 per cent of Canadians surveyed by IPSOS reported having experienced sales practices by...

Ontario judge declines to hear Faith Goldy v. Bell Media

An Ontario Superior Court judge has declined to hear Toronto mayoral candidate Faith Goldy's complaint against Bell Media for refusing to run her election...
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