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Rogers won’t appeal court decision greenlighting new board of directors

Rogers Communications Inc. (RCI) announced late Sunday it will not seek an appeal of last week’s B.C. Supreme Court ruling effectively giving Edward Rogers...

Edward Rogers gains control of RCI board as lawyers promise no immediate management changes

Edward Rogers has gained control of the board of directors of Rogers Communications Inc. (RCI) following a B.C. Supreme Court decision Friday afternoon. The ruling,...

Regulatory, Telecom & Media News – Battle for control over RCI could delay Rogers/Shaw...

Bell and TELUS have filed letters with the CRTC supporting the Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC) and National Pensioners Federation (NPF) procedural request to...

Unprecedented survey to gauge mental health of Canadian media workers

An unprecedented online survey aims to gather a complete picture of the mental health and well-being of Canadian journalists and others involved in news...

Regulatory, Telecom & Media News – Rogers gains 175,000 net wireless subscribers in Q3

Rogers gained 175,000 net new postpaid wireless subscribers in the third quarter, its best subscriber performance in 13 years, according to the company's Q3...

Edward Rogers holding purported weekend board meeting with Trust-appointees

Ousted Rogers Communications Inc. (RCI) Chairman Edward Rogers appears to be proceeding with his play to remove five members of the company's Board of...

John A. MacDonald assumes role of Chairman of Rogers Board of Directors

Rogers has announced that John A. MacDonald has assumed the role of Chairman of the Board of Directors of Rogers Communications Inc. The move follows...

Regulatory, Telecom & Media News – CBSC finds NTV in breach for story rushed...

Canadian Broadcast Standards Council's (CBSC) most recent decision reaffirms that getting the story right is more important than getting it first. Broadcast by NTV in...

CBSC finds NTV in breach for story rushed to air

A new Canadian Broadcast Standards Council (CBSC) decision reaffirms that getting the story right is more important than getting it first. The decision concerns a...

OAB Connection 2021 to focus on how stations can thrive in challenging times

How television and radio stations can "thrive and survive" in a challenging time for the industry is the theme of this year's Ontario Association...

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