Tag: CAB

Regulatory, Telecom & Media News – Bell Media lays off 27...

Unifor says Bell Media has announced the layoff of 27 staff and reclassified another 22 jobs at its Queen Street location in Toronto. The...

CAB calls for radio Cancon reduction, common ownership changes

The Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) has submitted its intervention to the CRTC as part of the commission's review of the commercial radio policy...

A market-driven public broadcaster negatively disrupts private sector, says CAB

Six days of interventions at the CRTC's CBC/Radio-Canada licence renewal hearing kicked off Monday with Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) President Kevin Desjardins stating...

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: CAB President Kevin Desjardins

The Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) has appointed its first president since 2009 when the organization representing the interests of Canada's private radio and...

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...

Regulatory, Telecom & Media News – Pelmorex lays off 14 staff

Pelmorex has confirmed it’s laid off 14 staff across the organization. The parent company of The Weather Network and MétéoMédia says changes to the...

Regulatory, Telecom & Media News – Throne speech pledges to ‘address...

The Canadian Media Producers Association (CMPA) says it remains optimistic revisions to the Broadcasting Act will be introduced during the upcoming session of parliament, following Wednesday’s...

CRTC calls for comments on CAB regulatory relief application

The CRTC has issued a call for comments on the Canadian Association of Broadcasters' (CAB) application requesting regulatory relief for Canadian broadcasters amidst the...

Regulatory & Media News – Dozens of stations could be shuttered...

The Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) has commissioned a newly-released report that predicts as many as 50 private radio stations could go dark over...

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