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Save JAZZ.FM91 wins vote to oust not-for-profit station’s board of directors

Save JAZZ.FM91, the group making a bid to replace the board of directors of troubled Toronto not-for-profit JAZZ.FM91 (CJRT-FM), has been successful. At a Friday...

Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast: Mike Cosentino, President of Content & Programming, Bell Media

On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, Mike Cosentino, president of Content and Programming for Bell Media, on the philosophy behind the...

TekSavvy questions data omissions in CRTC report

TekSavvy has issued a letter to the CRTC questioning the quality of its 2018 Communications Monitoring Report. Published on Dec. 20, 2018, the Chatham, ON-based...

World Radio Day 2019 celebrating Dialogue, Tolerance and Peace

The theme of this year's UNESCO World Radio Day is Dialogue, Tolerance and Peace. Celebrated annually on Feb. 13 since 2012, World Radio Day marks...

Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast: Flow 93.5 PD Josie Fenech on the legacy of...

Stingray has taken its Toronto hip hop station Flow 93.5 (CFXJ-FM) back to its roots after three years as The Move. Canada’s first urban...

Jennifer Valentyne, Antony Robart joining Global News Morning Toronto

Global Toronto is set to debut new local morning program, Global News Morning Toronto, hosted by Antony Robart and Jennifer Valentyne next month.  Starting Monday, Mar. 4, Robart, most recently...

Part #1 – Podcast Measurement’s Bad Rap, And What’s Changed

Helping You Understand Podcast Ad Tech: A Three Part Series These days, even if you’re not a listener, you’ve probably heard of or read about...

Gen Xers most likely to stream AM/FM radio: MTM

Generation Xers, those aged 38 to 51, are most likely to stream AM/FM radio, according to a recent report from The Media Technology Monitor...

Canada’s first hip hop station returns to its roots

Stingray is taking its Toronto hip hop station 93.5 The Move (CFXJ-FM) back to its roots. Monday morning, the station signed on as Flow 93.5, the...

Media layoffs continue at Canadian Press, Corus

The Canadian Press has made more layoffs, following the elimination of its video department in January. In the Atlantic bureau alone, reporters Brett Bundale, Aly...
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