Tag: CAB

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...

Dozens of stations could go dark in wake of $1.06B revenue...

As many as 50 private radio stations could go dark over the next four to six months and another 100 to 150 in the...

Sign Offs

Don Jackson, on July 12 of cancer. Jackson was a longtime broadcaster and host of syndicated evening radio show "Lovers and Other Strangers" which...

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...

Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast: Lenore Gibson, Chair of the Canadian...

Broadcast Dialogue had a chance to catch up with Lenore Gibson, Chair of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB), at the recent B.C. Association...

CRTC, Telecom and Awards News – Bell requests permission to shutter...

Bell Media is asking the CRTC for permission to shutter 28 rebroadcasting transmitters that it says either require significant repair or are at the...

Canadian Media News In Brief – Women quoted three times less...

The Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) Radio Council is calling for foreign-based digital audio and music services like Spotify and YouTube to be brought...

CAB Radio Council calls for digital services to be brought under...

The Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) Radio Council is calling for foreign-based digital audio and music services like Spotify and YouTube to be brought...

#Radio & #Podnews – SiriusXM to acquire Pandora and Podcasting showing...

Dave Wheeler, the former 92 CITI FM Winnipeg morning man fired by Rogers in July after controversial on-air comments about transgender people, is suing...

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