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Kingston’s Pure Country commits to week of equal airplay

Kingston's Pure Country 98.9 (CKLC-FM) has committed to playing 50% women artists this week amidst the ongoing controversy over the lack of equal airplay...

Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast: Ross Davies previews CMW’s Radio Active 2020 Summit

On this episode, we welcome back Ross Davies to the podcast. Davies, a programming veteran who retired from Numeris last summer, is now consulting and...

Ronnie Stanton upped to lead programmer for Corus FM stations in Alberta, BC

Ronnie Stanton, who was named program director of Corus Vancouver stations CFOX and Rock 101 (CFMI-FM) in December, has been upped to an expanded role overseeing all of...

Benztown’s Andy Sannemann in conversation with award-winning Aussie imager Sidey

I first met Sidey when I was hanging in Sydney in 2005 and he was one of my big influences in what I call...

Rethinking Media: Combatting ‘groupthink’ in the broadcast industry

Happy New Year. Let me offer a quick series recap and then jump off from the last column’s discussion on user experience. We began this...

Steve Jordan exits Polaris Music Prize to join CBC

Canadian music industry veteran Steve Jordan is leaving the Polaris Music Prize, the award he founded in 2006, to join CBC Music as its Senior...

Neil Peart tribute being made available free to stations

A special Neil Peart tribute is being made available free to radio stations this week, hosted by rock radio veteran Jeff Woods. Woods, the host...

TSN, RDS claim broadcast rights for new 3ICE hockey league

TSN and RDS have picked up the Canadian broadcast rights for 3ICE, a new independent three-on-three professional hockey league set to make its debut...

Catherine O’Hara to receive 2020 ACTRA National Award of Excellence

Schitt's Creek star and SCTV alum Catherine O'Hara has been named the recipient of the 2020 ACTRA National Award of Excellence, which annually recognizes...

Short films backed by Canadian talent among Oscar nominees

Two short films backed by Canadian talent are among this year's Oscar nominees. Brotherhood, co-produced by Quebec's Maria Gracia Turgeon and directed by Montreal-based filmmaker...
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