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

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REVOLVING DOOR: Katie Wilson has joined WildBrain Television as Vice President, Channels and Curation. In the newly-created position, she'll be responsible for curating content and...

Regulatory, Telecom & Media News – CRTC waives $30M in broadcaster...

The CRTC will waive Part I licence fees for broadcasters for the 2020-21 fiscal year, representing a collective savings of $30 million for more...

Radio & Podcast News – Kelowna’s Soft 103.9 files for bankruptcy

Soft 103.9 (CKOO-FM) Kelowna is expected to go off the air Friday after filing for bankruptcy. The station is believed to be the first...

$30M in broadcaster licence fees waived amid pandemic ad revenue slump

The CRTC will be waiving Part I licence fees for broadcasters for the 2020-21 fiscal year, representing a collective savings of $30 million for...

Regulatory, Telecom & Media News – CMG says temporary CBC employees...

The Canadian Media Guild (CMG) says all CBC/Radio-Canada employees will receive sick leave during the COVID-19 pandemic. CMG says under pressure from the union,...

Regulatory, Telecom & Media News – NAB Show cancelled following COVID-19...

NAB Show, which was set to take place in Las Vegas Apr. 18-22, says that after carefully monitoring coronavirus developments over the past few...

Radio & Podcast News – CRTC calls hearing for repeat non-compliers,...

Numeris has released the latest PPM ratings for Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Edmonton and Calgary completing the 13-week period covering Nov. 25, 2019 to Feb....

Regulatory, Telecom & Media News – Super Channel resubmits retailer suit...

Super Channel has withdrawn a lawsuit it initially filed in Federal Court and resubmitted the case in Alberta. The suit names Best Buy, Staples,...

TekSavvy launches complaint alleging big telco is driving up internet pricing

TekSavvy Solutions, which bills itself as the country's largest independent internet service provider (ISP), has filed a formal complaint with the Competition Bureau alleging...

Radio & Podcast News – UNESCO World Radio Day calls on...

UNESCO is calling on radio stations to uphold diversity, both in their newsrooms and on the airwaves, in keeping with the theme of this...

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