Tag: Lawsuit

Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast: Filmmaker & lawyer Joel Bakan on...

When the team behind independent documentary The New Corporation went to market the film last year, they were rejected by Twitter for promotion on...

Online & Digital Media News – Twitter, Government of Canada named...

Twitter and the Government of Canada are named in a lawsuit, filed in Ontario Superior Court by the documentary team behind The New Corporation...

Documentarians sue Twitter, Canadian Government to establish big tech ‘responsibilities’

The documentarians behind two feature films exploring corporate power are suing Twitter and the Government of Canada in a case aimed at establishing the...

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Super Channel has withdrawn a lawsuit it initially filed in Federal Court and resubmitted the case in Alberta.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,...

Harvard Broadcasting redubs CKPW-FM Edmonton as ‘Play 107’

Harvard Broadcasting's CKPW-FM Edmonton finally has a new name after several months of uncertainty following a lawsuit by Corus Entertainment over use of the...

Harvard’s Power 107 to rebrand after Corus wins temporary injunction

Harvard Broadcasting says it will rename Power 107 (CJNW-FM) Edmonton, following a Monday court ruling granting Corus Entertainment a temporary injunction against Harvard's use...

CBC to remove journalists from CPC suit following public backlash

CBC/Radio-Canada says it will remove the names of journalists Rosemary Barton and John Paul Tasker from a lawsuit filed against the Conservative Party of...

Super Channel launches suit against retailers alleging promotion of content piracy

Allarco Entertainment, the Edmonton-based company that operates Super Channel, has filed suit against Best Buy, Staples, London Drugs and Canada Computers, alleging the retailers...

Bell slaps Quebecor with $150M lawsuit

In the latest development in the Bell v. Group TVA carriage dispute saga, Bell has slapped Quebecor with a $150 million lawsuit over its...

Rogers Media second broadcaster to ban Faith Goldy election ads

Rogers Media is the second broadcast outlet to reject election ads from Toronto mayoral candidate Faith Goldy. The former Rebel Media contributor posted a screenshot...

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