Tag: Regulatory

Regulatory, Telecom & Media News – CBC to trim 130 jobs...

CBC is set to cut 130 staff across five locations over the next three months. As reported by the public broadcaster, the cuts were...

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REVOLVING DOOR: Ryan Jesperson and Edmonton’s 630 CHED have parted ways. Jesperson has confirmed that he was fired by Corus Entertainment last Friday after almost...

Regulatory, Telecom & Media News – CRTC approves wholesale rate stay...

The CRTC has approved a stay request from incumbent telecoms asking the regulator not to enforce its Aug. 2019 decision lowering wholesale high-speed access...

Regulatory, Telecom & Media News – Throne speech pledges to ‘address...

The Canadian Media Producers Association (CMPA) says it remains optimistic revisions to the Broadcasting Act will be introduced during the upcoming session of parliament, following Wednesday’s...

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REVOLVING DOOR: Marci Ien is taking a leave of absence from Bell Media to run as the federal Liberal candidate in Toronto Centre. The longtime...

CRTC calls for comments on CAB regulatory relief application

The CRTC has issued a call for comments on the Canadian Association of Broadcasters' (CAB) application requesting regulatory relief for Canadian broadcasters amidst the...

Regulatory, Telecom & Media News – Federal Court rejects big telco...

The Federal Court of Appeal (FCA) has rejected appeals filed by Canada's incumbent telecom companies seeking to overturn a key CRTC decision determining the...

Regulatory, Telecom & Media News – CAJ, CJFE condemn journalist’s arrest...

The Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) and Canadian Journalists for Free Expression (CJFE) are condemning a decision by Ontario Provincial Police to lay charges...

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REVOLVING DOOR: Sonia Verma has returned to Canada from the Middle East to assume the newly-created role of Editor-in-Chief for Global News. Verma has spent...

Regulatory & Media News – Dozens of stations could be shuttered...

The Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) has commissioned a newly-released report that predicts as many as 50 private radio stations could go dark over...

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