Tag: Broadcasting

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

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...

Former CAB president Michael McCabe passes away at age 82

Submitted by Howard Christensen, Publisher Emeritus, Broadcast Dialogue Michael McCabe, a powerful voice for the industry during his tenure as president and CEO of Canadian...

Corus revenues down 24 per cent in Q3

Corus Entertainment says while viewership was up across its platforms in the third quarter, the impact of COVID-19 coupled with one-time impairment charges, resulted...

StatsRadio: Building Tools that Innovate the Business of Radio

StatsRadio builds tools that innovate the business of Radio – attracting and monetizing audiences. When Joty Pannu took the helm of Sauga 960 AM...

Harvard eliminates GM positions to minimize COVID-19 revenue challenges

Harvard Broadcasting has eliminated its General Manager positions across the chain as it looks to minimize the revenue impacts of COVID-19. The layoffs include Tamara...

Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast: Tieline’s Charlie Gawley on Home Studio...

As the need for remote home studios is thrust upon the radio broadcaster, realistic functionality has become key. On this special, sponsored episode of Broadcast...

RTDNA announces 2020 Lifetime Achievement honourees

CTV senior anchor Lisa LaFlamme and Global National Senior National Affairs Correspondent Eric Sorensen are among the long-serving journalists being recognized by RTDNA Canada. The association...

Sign Offs

  Richard Avery, 76, on May 31, in Oshawa, ON after a brief illness. Avery began his career with Broadcast News in 1960, at age 16,...

Regulatory, Telecom & Media News – Rogers raises $1M for The...

FEATURE: Veteran Canadian media personality George Stroumboulopoulos hosted a Zoom Q&A this week, the second in a series aimed at helping broadcasting students prepare...

Snowbirds’ crash victim was former broadcaster

A mission intended to inspire Canadians sheltering-in-place turned tragic in Kamloops, BC Sunday afternoon claiming the life of former broadcaster Capt. Jenn Casey. Casey was...

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