Tag: CRTC

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

CRTC, Telecom & Media News – Canadian Heritage upholds CRTC...

Canadian Heritage will uphold the May CRTC decision to issue Rogers Media the broadcast licence to operate national, multilingual, multi-ethnic discretionary service OMNI Regional....

Radio & Podcast News – CKNW Vancouver celebrates 75 years

CKNW Vancouver celebrated its 75th Anniversary with listeners and staff, past and present, at the Anvil Centre in New Westminster last Thursday, steps from...

Canadian Heritage upholds CRTC decision on OMNI Regional

Canadian Heritage will uphold the May CRTC decision to issue Rogers Media the broadcast licence to operate national, multilingual, multi-ethnic discretionary service OMNI Regional....

CRTC, Telecom & Media News – Mary Ellen Carlyle to be...

Mary Ellen Carlyle, SVP and general manager of Dome Productions, will be inducted into the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame in New York this...

Media, CRTC & Telecom News – Federal leadership debate dates set

The Canadian Debate Production Partnership (CDPP), the official producer of the federal leaders’ debates, has announced that the French and English leaders’ debates will...

Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast: John Lawford of the Public Interest...

The CRTC has unveiled its Internet Code for internet service providers, aimed at better safeguarding Canadians against the shady practices of big telecom. While...

Radio & Podcast News – CBSC finds CHIN Toronto in breach...

The Canadian Broadcast Standards Council (CBSC) has found Toronto multicultural station CHIN in breach “for abusive and unduly discriminatory comments and unduly negative stereotyping...

Online & Digital Media News – OpenMedia says Internet Code “falls...

The CRTC has published a code of conduct for Internet service providers (ISPs) aimed at providing Canadians with more safeguards against the shady practices...

CRTC unveils Internet Code aimed at better informing consumers

The CRTC has published a code of conduct for Internet service providers (ISPs) aimed at providing Canadians with more safeguards against the shady practices...

Regulatory & Telecom News – CBSC says KiSS FM Ottawa contest...

The Canadian Broadcast Standards Council (CBSC) says a contest broadcast on KiSS FM (CISS-FM) Ottawa in January violated the CAB Code of Ethics for...
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