Tag: Broadcasting

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

Regulatory, Telecom, & Media News – Quebecor files complaint against ICI...

Bell has applied for leave to appeal the CRTC decision forcing it to treat TVA Sports like its own RDS Sports channel. The Dec....

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...

The Weekly Briefing

RADIO/AUDIO/PODCAST: iHeartMedia, the largest radio conglomerate in the U.S. with more than 850 radio stations, has announced a new organizational structure for its Markets Group...

The Weekly Briefing

RADIO/AUDIO/PODCAST: Canadian Podcast Award nominations are out. Among the nominees for Outstanding News & Current Affairs Series are The Daveberta Podcast, CBC News’ Front Burner,...

Broadcasters We Lost In 2019

Remembered for their contributions to the broadcast industry *Printed here in order of their publication in Broadcast Dialogue's Weekly Briefing and including notices from Dec....

The Weekly Briefing

RADIO/AUDIO/PODCAST: Canadian Music Week has announced that longtime CKOC Hamilton music director Nevin Grant will be inducted into the Canadian Broadcast Industry Hall of Fame as the 2020 recipient of the Allan Waters...

The Weekly Briefing

RADIO/AUDIO/PODCAST: Numeris says there were no surprises in its first Continuous Measurement (CM) diary market release last week, incorporating new methodology. The release was a...

The Weekly Briefing

RADIO/AUDIO/PODCAST: Numeris' PPM release for the 13-week period covering Aug. 26 to Nov. 24, 2019, reveals that CBC Radio One is still number one A12+...

Harvard Broadcasting parent Hill Group acquires Regina’s Carbon Marketing

The Hill Group of Companies, the parent company of Harvard Broadcasting, has acquired Regina-based agency Carbon Marketing to form Harvard Media. Harvard Media will provide...

The Story of Broadcast Dialogue

Broadcast Dialogue has been the voice of Canada's broadcast industry since 1992. Founded by Howard Christensen, a radio news veteran (CHAM-AM Hamilton, CKJD-AM Sarnia, CHYM-AM...
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