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CP24 host Patricia Jaggernauth files human rights complaint against Bell Media

CP24 host Patricia Jaggernauth has filed a human rights complaint against Bell Media alleging racism, sexism and discrimination during her 11 years with the...

Regulatory, Telecom & Media News – Google launches online campaign against Bill C-11

Your @YouTube feed is uniquely yours. We want to keep it that way. #FixC11 Learn more➡️ https://t.co/iroyD6tLPG pic.twitter.com/LLpfJuFXp8 — Google Canada (@googlecanada) October 5, 2022 Google has...

Terrie Tweddle returns to Rogers as SVP Communications & Sustainability

Terrie Tweddle has returned to Rogers Communications as SVP Communications & Sustainability, the role she previously held before joining the Ontario Teacher's Pension Plan...

Vividata finds smart TV, mobile content use continues to grow

Almost half of Canadians are watching content on a smart TV, according to Vividata's newly-released Fall 2022 insights on cross media and consumer behaviour. Among...

Regulatory, Telecom & Media News – CBC/Radio-Canada licence renewal decision referred back to CRTC

Canadian Heritage Min. Pablo Rodriguez and the federal cabinet have referred the CRTC’s June CBC/Radio-Canada licence renewal decision back to the commission for re-evaluation....

World News Day to underscore message that #JournalismMatters

Several Canadian newsrooms and media organizations, including the Canadian Journalism Foundation (CJF), will celebrate World News Day on Wednesday, Sept. 28, a global news...

CBC/Radio-Canada licence renewal decision referred back to CRTC for re-evalution

Canadian Heritage Min. Pablo Rodriguez and the federal cabinet have referred the CRTC's June CBC/Radio-Canada licence renewal decision back to the commission for re-evaluation. The...

Regulatory, Telecom & Media News – Study finds faith and religion marginalized in modern...

Faith and Media Initiative (FAMI) has released the results of the largest-ever Global Faith and Media Study which finds that coverage of faith and...

Global Faith and Media Study finds coverage marginalized due to newsroom economics, fear of...

The results of the largest-ever Global Faith and Media Study have been released indicating that coverage of faith and religion has become more marginalized...

Regulatory, Telecom & Media News – Federal Court grants Radio-Canada leave to appeal CRTC...

1/2 Today the FCA granted Radio-Canada leave to appeal the CRTC’s decision 2022-175 concerning the use of an offensive word on air. In keeping...

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