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REVOLVING DOOR: Michael Melling, CTV’s Vice President of News, is on leave, pending the outcome of a third-party workplace review first announced on Aug. 19....

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REVOLVING DOOR: John Derringer and Q107 (CILQ-FM) Toronto have officially parted ways. Corus Entertainment suspended the highly-rated Derringer in the Morning in May, following a...

Broadcast Tech & Engineering News – Engineering, Science & Technology Emmy...

The 74th Engineering, Science & Technology Emmy Awards have announced this year’s honourees for developments in broadcast technology. Recipients to be recognized include Dr....

Broadcast Tech & Engineering News – TELUS opens new Calgary headquarters

TELUS has opened TELUS Sky, the telecom’s new state-of-the-art headquarters in Downtown Calgary. The landmark stands 60-storeys tall and features 750,000 sq. ft. of...

Broadcast Tech & Engineering News – WABE opens registration for 72nd...

The Western Association of Broadcast Engineers (WABE) has opened online delegate registration for its 72nd Annual Convention, Oct. 4-5, at the Calgary Plaza Hotel...

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Publisher’s Note This morning we have some breaking news of our own. We are doubling down on our commitment to our Canadian industry. Cartt.ca - the other...

Broadcast Tech & Engineering News – CBC Montreal moves into award-winning...

The Maison de Radio-Canada (NMRC) hub in Montreal has been awarded second place in the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) Technology & Innovation Awards. The...

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REVOLVING DOOR: Ian Hanomansing has been named the permanent host of CBC Radio’s Cross Country Checkup, in addition to his duties with The National. Hanomansing...

Broadcast Tech & Engineering News – ‘Scaled-down’ CCBE conference set to...

The Association of Central Canada Broadcast Engineers (CCBE) is planning the in-person return of their Career Development Conference after a two-year pandemic hiatus. CCBE...

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REVOLVING DOOR: Doug Jeffries is retiring from Global Kingston after 46 years on the Kingston sports beat. Jeffries, 66, started his career in 1976 after...

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