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Cancon At 50: An American’s Opinion

About Canadian Content and radio, on the fiftieth anniversary of its mandate and next year’s fiftieth birthday of its implementation: as broadcasters and regulators...

Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast: Dielectric’s Steve Moreen on unique broadcast antenna environments

On this special, sponsored episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, David Rusch of Audio Broadcast Canada talks about the challenges of unique broadcast...

Roger Petersen parts ways with Toronto’s Breakfast Television

Roger Petersen has made it official, posting to Twitter that he's no longer with Citytv Toronto's Breakfast Television morning show. Petersen had been with Citytv for...

ANALYSIS: Why we must act now on the Yale report (Part II, The Cycle)

I was a young entertainment lawyer in the late 1990s when the Internet changed the course of my career. My practice ranged from artists to...

Evanov Radio Group announces sale of Halifax stations to Acadia Broadcasting

Acadia Broadcasting has entered into an agreement to acquire Halifax radio stations Hot Country 103.5 (CKHZ-FM) and Jewel 105 (CKHY-FM) from Evanov Radio Group-owned...

Numeris scraps Fall 2020 TV Diary; radio to focus on top markets

Numeris has announced it won't be producing a Fall 2020 TV Diary, with its Fall Radio Diary to move solely online and focus on...

Benztown CEO Andy Sannemann talks imaging with Darren ‘Robbo’ Robertson

Darren "Robbo" Robertson has been a longtime friend and a partner in crime on some Benztown custom projects in the past. He’s been in...

Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast: RedCup Country with Coop

Coop, the host of syndicated weekend radio show RedCup Country, grew up listening to country music when country wasn't cool. Coop tells Broadcast Dialogue's...

Jim Pattison Broadcast Group reorgs Alberta programming team

Jim Pattison Broadcast Group (JPBG) is making changes to its programming team in Edmonton and Calgary. Among the changes, Mark Hunter steps down from his...

ANALYSIS: The critics are wrong; it’s time to regulate the internet

In a number of recent articles, the Broadcasting and Telecommunications Legislative Review Panel Report (or “Yale Report”) has been criticized for one of its...

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