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CBC to remove journalists from CPC suit following public backlash

CBC/Radio-Canada says it will remove the names of journalists Rosemary Barton and John Paul Tasker from a lawsuit filed against the Conservative Party of...

Future bright despite industry challenges, says BCAB president

While British Columbia's traditional broadcasting sector is facing challenges, Rob Bye, president of the BC Association of Broadcasters (BCAB), says the industry's future is...

Media & Conference News – Bob Mills named BCAB Broadcaster of the Year

Bob Mills, the veteran Power 104 (CKLZ-FM) Kelowna morning man who retired this past May, is the B.C. Association of Broadcasters’ Broadcaster of the...

Broadcast Dialogue – Community | Connection | Content | Dialogue

The following address was delivered at the British Columbia Association of Broadcasters 72nd Annual Conference (BCAB 2019) in Victoria, BC by Broadcast Dialogue Publisher...

Bob Mills named BCAB Broadcaster of the Year

Bob Mills, the veteran Power 104 (CKLZ-FM) Kelowna morning man who retired this past May, is the B.C. Association of Broadcasters' Broadcaster of the...
The Hurt Locker

CRTC, Telecom & Media News – BCAB 2019 is underway in Victoria

The BC Association of Broadcasters (BCAB) 72nd Annual Conference is underway in Victoria. This year's event got underway with the President's Welcome Reception Wednesday...

Telecom, Conference and Media News – Bell and Rogers announce reciprocal roaming partnerships with...

Bell and Rogers have both announced reciprocal roaming partnerships with AT&T to provide Canadian business customers access to AT&T's LTE-M network across the United...

CCBE Conference a chance for broadcast engineers to “nerd out”

Broadcast engineers, tech suppliers and other experts will gather for four days of networking and learning, starting Thursday at the 2019 CCBE (Central Canada...

CRTC, Telecom & Conference News – Super Channel takes on big retail with content...

Allarco Entertainment, the Edmonton-based company that operates Super Channel, has filed suit against Best Buy, Staples, London Drugs and Canada Computers, alleging the retailers...

CRTC & Media News – CRTC imposes fines for Do Not Call List violations

The CRTC has imposed a $194,330 penalty on Ontario Consumers Home Services (also known as Simply Comfort) and a $69,000 penalty on Blue Dream...
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