Tag: Radio

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

New Rush ‘Spirit of Radio’ video pays tribute to DJs who...

Rush has premiered a new conceptual music video for "The Spirit of Radio" in celebration of the 40th anniversary of Permanent Waves, that pays tribute to...

Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast: Tieline’s Charlie Gawley on Home Studio...

As the need for remote home studios is thrust upon the radio broadcaster, realistic functionality has become key. On this special, sponsored episode of Broadcast...

Weekly Briefing

REVOLVING DOOR: Julie Adam has been upped to Senior Vice-President of Television & Broadcast Operations at Rogers Sports & Media, as Colette Watson prepares to...

Radioplayer Canada Version 5 app release features new look and feel

Radioplayer Canada releases Version 5 of its app Thursday, aiming to deliver an improved listener experience. The radio streaming app, that delivers more than 500...

Sign Offs

Greg Simpson, 71, on June 10, following a series of strokes. Simpson devoted his life to music early on, starting out managing local bands...

Radio & Podcast News – Stingray records $8.5M Q4 loss as...

Infinite Dial Canada, the third Canadian edition of the longest-running study of consumer media behaviour in the U.S., was released last Thursday by Edison...

RTDNA announces 2020 Lifetime Achievement honourees

CTV senior anchor Lisa LaFlamme and Global National Senior National Affairs Correspondent Eric Sorensen are among the long-serving journalists being recognized by RTDNA Canada. The association...

Julie Adam upped to SVP of TV & Broadcast at Rogers,...

Julie Adam has been upped to Senior Vice-President of Television & Broadcast Operations at Rogers Sports & Media, as Colette Watson prepares to vacate...

Piya Chattopadhyay named new CBC Radio One Sunday morning host

CBC has announced that Piya Chattopadhyay will succeed Michael Enright as host of CBC Radio One's revamped Sunday morning show, starting this fall.  With...

Editorializing in news must be made clear, says CBSC

The Canadian Broadcast Standards Council (CBSC) says editorializing during newscasts must be clearly represented. The CBSC has issued its decision following a listener complaint about...

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