Tag: Music

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

How is the Growth of Music Streaming Services in Canada Affecting...

The quick answer? It isn’t. Yes, online-only music streaming services have shown dramatic growth over the last couple of years in Canada. But the latest...

Canadian Music Week and Friends of Steve Young will once again...

GENERAL: Canadian Music Week and Friends of Steve Young will once again salute Steve with the Allan Waters Young Broadcaster of the Year Award in...

Videotron Mobile is now offering Apple Music, Napster and Tidal

ONLINE CHANNELS: Videotron Mobile is now offering Apple Music, Napster and Tidal as part of its Unlimited Music service, which launched in 2015. That brings...

Callout Research Tips Part 1: Your Music Core Matters Most

By Stephen Ryan If you run a music station, your music fans are driving your ratings. Therefore, your callout research should be focused on your...

On Nov. 25, 1976 The Band ended a Rock & Roll...

FROM THE BROADCAST DIALOGUE ARCHIVES On Nov. 25, 1976 The Band ended a Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame worthy career with one of the...

From Europe with Love: 10 Ways We Achieve Music Variety Despite...

by Thomas Giger of www.radioiloveit.com Achieving quotas can be a serious challenge for radio stations. Luckily, there are many ways we use our music quota...

Making A Path for Canadian Hits In The U.S.

By Sean Ross In the late summer of 2001, as a trade magazine editor, I was listening to Z103.5 (CIDC-FM) Toronto, a station I liked...

11.7 Million Canadians Watched Or Listened To The August 20 “The...

According to the CBC, a cross platform audience of 11.7 million Canadians watched or listened to some part of the August 20 “The Tragically...
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