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All things BCE from Broadcast Dialogue, Canada’s broadcast industry publication of record.

Regulatory, Telecom & Media News – CAJ condemns journalist assaults, arrests

The Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) says it’s outraged following numerous assaults and arrests of working reporters at the hands of police as they...

Revolving Door

Leon Hildebrandt has announced his retirement as Executive Vice President of Canadian Broadcast Sales (CBS) after 40 years with the company. Hildebrandt started his...

Martine Turcotte set to retire from Bell in New Year

Martine Turcotte, Vice Chair, Québec, will retire from BCE Inc. in January after 31 years with the company. Turcotte, who joined Bell as legal counsel...

Canadian Heritage upholds CRTC decision on OMNI Regional

Canadian Heritage will uphold the May CRTC decision to issue Rogers Media the broadcast licence to operate national, multilingual, multi-ethnic discretionary service OMNI Regional....

Canadian Media & Awards News – CBC/Radio-Canada’s Catherine Tait presents vision...

CBC/Radio-Canada president Catherine Tait presented a vision for a thriving Canadian cultural sector at the Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal last week. Tait...

CRTC, Telecom & Awards News In Brief – Netflix says it...

Netflix says it shouldn't be obligated to contribute to Canadian content funds, arguing that Canada is better served by market competition than the regulation...

Convention, CRTC and Telecom News In Brief

The Western Association of Broadcast Engineers (WABE) 2018 Convention wrapped up Tuesday night in Vancouver with the annual awards gala. Recognized this year was...

BCE Inc. appoints new COO, vice chair

Mirko Bibic has been named the new Chief Operating Officer for BCE Inc. and Bell Canada. Current CEO and president George Cope was the last person to...

What the new USMCA deal means for broadcasting

NAFTA renegotiations wrapped Sunday night with a new trilateral trade deal. While protections for Canada's cultural sectors remain as-is in the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA),...

Big three Canadian telcos named in patent infringement suit

BCE, Telus, and Rogers Communications are named in a lawsuit for alleged patent infringement involving tech used to locate mobile phones for 9-1-1 service....

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