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Rogers rebrands Ottawa news/talk in move to FM simulcast, scraps JACK...

Rogers Sports & Media made a series of changes to the Ottawa radio landscape Thursday that included rebranding its Ottawa news/talk station 1310 News...

Sign Offs

Earl Green, 86, on Oct.12. Green’s 50-year journalism career started with the Oshawa Times in the late 1950s. He moved on to the Toronto...

Continuous Measurement? (it’s always something)

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Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast: Tim Wieczorek of Ottawa’s Rebel 101.7...

At a time when most of its counterparts rely heavily on Gold content, Ottawa's Rebel 101.7 (CIDG-FM) has established a reputation as one of...

Guilbeault wants broadcast reform bill tabled by June

Canadian Heritage Min. Steven Guilbeault says he's aiming to have a broadcast reform bill tabled in the House of Commons by June. Speaking at the...

Michael O’Byrne retiring as Ottawa’s longest-serving TV anchor

Ottawa's longest-serving TV news anchor, Michael O'Byrne, will deliver his final newscast tomorrow. CTV Ottawa has announced that O'Byrne is retiring after 38 years with...

Craig Oliver to retire after four decades with CTV

Craig Oliver, CTV's chief political commentator and a fixture on the network for the last four decades, is retiring. Oliver, who turned 81 last month,...

Mark Sutcliffe moving out of 1310 Ottawa mid-mornings, Rob Snow to...

Mark Sutcliffe, host of Ottawa Today with Mark Sutcliffe on Rogers' 1310 NEWS (CIWW-AM), has announced he's taking a step back from doing his daily...

CBC issues layoff notices to 35 staff citing budget pressures

CBC has given 35 employees a "notice of redundancy" amidst budget pressures. The majority of the affected positions are in Toronto with layoffs set to...

CAJ condemns assault on CTV Ottawa cameraman

The Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) is condemning an assault on a CTV News photographer Friday. CTV Ottawa cameraman Chris Scott was punched multiple times...

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