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Competition Bureau obtains court order in Bell investigation

The Competition Bureau has obtained a court order to advance its ongoing investigation into some of Bell's telecom marketing practices. The bureau revealed this week...

RTDNA Canada announces National award finalists

RTDNA Canada has released the list of finalists for its National RTDNA Awards of Excellence, recognizing the best journalists, programs, stations and newsgathering organizations in...

Canadian Radio Music Award nominees released

The Canadian Music Week (CMW) Broadcast Jury has released the list of nominees for this year's Canadian Radio Music Awards. The winners of the...

Brad Karp named Allan Waters Young Broadcaster of the Year

Brad Karp, the morning show host at Rogers' Country 93.3 (CJOK-FM) Fort McMurray, is the 2019 recipient of the Allan Waters Young Broadcaster of...

TVA Sports goes dark on Bell TV amidst Quebecor carriage dispute

TVA Sports has gone dark on Bell TV in Quebec, amidst an ongoing carriage dispute between Bell and Quebecor. In an update for subscribers posted...

SiriusXM and Netflix partner on “Netflix Is A Joke Radio” comedy channel

SiriusXM Canada and Netflix have announced the launch of Netflix Is A Joke Radio, a full-time comedy channel to air exclusively on SiriusXM ch....

New study asserts YouTube is top destination for podcast listening

YouTube is the number one destination for podcast listening, according to new study by the University of Florida College of Journalism and Futuri Media. The...

Tech, mental health on agenda at Canadian Media Educators conference

Keeping pace with the rapidly-changing tech environment and mental health are among the topics on the agenda at the upcoming Canadian Media Educators (CME)...

SAIT Broadcast Systems Technology program celebrates 50 years with new lab

By Eugene BlanchardICT InstructorInformation Technology Network SystemsBroadcast Systems TechnologySAIT Polytechnic The Southern Alberta Institute of Technology's Broadcast System Technology (BXST) program has completed the move...

Futuri-Nielsen study concludes radio is ready for time-shift revolution

A new Futuri-Nielsen study concludes that there is a "profound appetite" for time-shifted content among radio listeners, particularly among younger audiences, yet those opportunities...

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