Tag: Broadcasting

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

Broadcasters We Lost In 2020

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....

Allan Slaight to receive star on Canada’s Walk of Fame

Broadcast industry giant Allan Slaight will be honoured with a star on Canada's Walk of Fame during an ETALK special set to air Friday...

Sign Offs

Charlotte Bell, on Dec. 12, after a battle with cancer. Bell started her broadcasting career with the CRTC in 1987, holding a variety of...

Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast: Orlena Cain on books, broadcasting &...

Orlena Cain has been a morning show co-host on Quinte Broadcasting's Mix 97 (CIGL-FM) in Belleville, Ontario for the past 11 years, but there's...

Digital tax announced, Part II fees waived in federal fall economic...

Starting July 1, foreign-based digital services like Netflix and Spotify will be forced to charge GST/HST, while a corporate level tax on digital companies...

Sign Offs

David Hemblen, 79, on Nov. 16. Born in England, Hemblen grew up in Toronto and was recruited for a season at the Royal Alexandra...

Trailblazer Ernest Tucker to be posthumously inducted into CBC News Hall...

CBC News has announced that Ernest Tucker will be inducted into the CBC News Hall of Fame next month. Noted as the public broadcaster's first...

Kevin Desjardins named first CAB president since 2009

Kevin Desjardins has been named as the new president of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB), effective today. Dejardins previously worked with the CAB from...

Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek succumbs to cancer at age 80

Alex Trebek succumbed to pancreatic cancer early Sunday morning. The Sudbury, ON-native was 80. The long-running Jeopardy! host went public with his Stage 4 diagnosis back...

Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast: Kevin Frankish on chasing The Happy...

It's been more than two years since Kevin Frankish departed Citytv Toronto's Breakfast Television after a 27-year hosting run. What's he been up to since?...

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