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

The CRTC has approved SiriusXM Canada’s go-private transaction, valued at $479 million

The CRTC has approved SiriusXM Canada’s go-private transaction, valued at $479 million. In doing so, the commission is directing SiriusXM Canada to allocate nearly $29...

The CRTC has released its three-year plan with among its objectives for 2017-18 to...

GENERAL: The CRTC has released its three-year plan with among its objectives for 2017-18 to renew the licences of CBC/Radio Canada and determine if the...

The CRTC has directed all wireless service providers to implement a wireless public alerting...

 GENERAL: The CRTC has directed all wireless service providers to implement a wireless public alerting system on their LTE networks by April 2018. The system...
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CRTC chairman Jean-Pierre Blais kicked off three days of hearings in Gatineau on Monday

RADIO/AUDIO/PODCAST: CRTC chairman Jean-Pierre Blais kicked off three days of hearings in Gatineau on Monday considering applications for radio licenses to serve urban aboriginals in...

As part of its commemoration project celebrating Canada’s 150th Anniversary, the CRTC has recognized...

GENERAL: As part of its commemoration project celebrating Canada's 150th Anniversary, the CRTC has recognized 23 men and women who helped shape the Canadian communications...

The deadline to apply for all four vacant CRTC openings has been extended to...

GENERAL: The deadline to apply for all four vacant CRTC openings has been extended to March 15. Vacancies include the regional members for Manitoba/Saskatchewan and...

Four vacancies at the CRTC have been posted, including that of the commission’s chair

  GENERAL: Four vacancies at the CRTC have been posted, including that of the commission’s chair. Jean-Pierre Blais’ five-year term is up this June, but there...

The CRTC’s fall survey on wireless issues indicates Canadians are complaining less about their...

 GENERAL: The CRTC’s fall survey on wireless issues indicates Canadians are complaining less about their wireless services, but bill shock remains an issue for one-in-five...
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The CRTC has declared broadband internet access a basic service for all Canadians

The CRTC has declared broadband internet access a basic service for all Canadians, a decision that could pave the way for universal access to...

The CRTC will now renew the licenses of most TV service providers on a...

TV/FILM/VIDEO: The CRTC will now renew the licenses of most TV service providers on a year-to-year basis, rather than the usual seven-year term. The commission...
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