Tag: Mobile

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

Vividata launches “game-changing” passive mobile measurement panel in Canada

Not-for-profit consumer insights company Vividata is collaborating with several global leaders in audience measurement to launch a first-of-its-kind in Canada passive, mobile, consumer behaviour...

SiriusXM targets mobile users with new subscription offering

SiriusXM is offering a new "Essential" subscription package targeting listeners who want to access the satellite radio service from their mobile phone, tablet, desktop,...

CRTC launches review of mobile wireless market

The CRTC is launching a review of the mobile wireless market to determine whether further action is required to improve choice and affordability for...

Study finds everyday mobile app usage on the rise in Canada

New research reveals Canadian mobile users are now spending an average of $2,500 annually using apps for everyday tasks from travel to food and grocery delivery. The...

CRTC reveals criteria to tap $750M Broadband Fund

The CRTC has revealed the criteria that will be used to evaluate applications for funding from its $750-million Broadband Fund, established to improve broadband internet...

Gap Wireless, a leading distributor of products and services for the...

Gap Wireless, a leading distributor of products and services for the mobile broadband and wireless markets, is sponsoring the 3rd Annual Structure, Tower and...

Stingray says its Stingray Music mobile app has topped two million...

Stingray says its Stingray Music mobile app has topped two million downloads, doubling the number reached in 2016. Over 60 per cent of downloads...

Pound 250 (#250) is the mobile short code that is helping...

SUPPLY LINES Pound 250 (#250) is the mobile short code that is helping radio and television sales departments increase inbound calls and leverage text messaging...

The CRTC has directed all wireless service providers to implement a...

 GENERAL: The CRTC has directed all wireless service providers to implement a wireless public alerting system on their LTE networks by April 2018. The system...

The CRTC’s fall survey on wireless issues indicates Canadians are complaining...

 GENERAL: The CRTC’s fall survey on wireless issues indicates Canadians are complaining less about their wireless services, but bill shock remains an issue for one-in-five...
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