Tag: Canada

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

Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast: CAJ President Brent Jolly

Brent Jolly has inherited the presidency of the Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) at what might arguably be one of the most turbulent periods...

ANALYSIS: Why we must act now on the Yale report (Part...

More delay, indecision, will force a choice upon us It's time for the government to take action to re-structure Canada’s broadcasting system. The Yale Report...

Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast: Laith Marouf of the Community Media...

Laith Marouf has been fighting for more diversity in Canadian media for more than a decade. His background in community radio and television, led him...

Conventional TV revenue grew in 2019, while radio reported biggest decline...

The CRTC's recently-released 2019 Broadcasting Financial Summaries reveal growth in annual conventional television revenue for the first time in eight years, while commercial radio...

CTV brings Canada’s ‘first Black family reality show’ to national audience

CTV is set to bring what Bell Media is calling the country's "first Black family reality show" to a national audience, starting July 25...

Radio & Podcast News – Numeris Fall Radio Diary to move...

Numeris has announced it won’t be producing a Fall 2020 TV Diary, with its Fall Radio Diary to move solely online and focus on...

Cancon At 50: An American’s Opinion

About Canadian Content and radio, on the fiftieth anniversary of its mandate and next year’s fiftieth birthday of its implementation: as broadcasters and regulators...

ANALYSIS: Why we must act now on the Yale report (Part...

I was a young entertainment lawyer in the late 1990s when the Internet changed the course of my career. My practice ranged from artists to...

Numeris scraps Fall 2020 TV Diary; radio to focus on top...

Numeris has announced it won't be producing a Fall 2020 TV Diary, with its Fall Radio Diary to move solely online and focus on...

Corus to exclusively air NBC ‘Peacock’ programming in Canada

Corus Entertainment has struck an agreement with NBCUniversal that gives the broadcaster exclusive rights to air Peacock Original programming in Canada. The move is a strong indicator...

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