Tag: Telecom

Regulatory, Telecom & Media News – New Order of Canada appointees...

Rideau Hall has announced 120 new companions, officers and members to the Order of Canada. Recipients from the media, broadcast, telecom and entertainment industries...

Subscriber fees outstripped ad revenue 5:1 in 2018: report

Internet advertising continued to soar in 2018 to an estimated $7.7 billion—up from $6.8 billion over the previous year, however subscriber fees outstripped ad...

Regulatory, Telecom & Media News – Canadian telecom and TV complaints...

The Commission for Complaints for Telecom-television Services (CCTS) year-end report indicates complaints from Canadian telecom and TV customers were up another 35% for 2018-19,...

Telecom and TV customer complaints up 35%, according to CCTS year-end...

The latest report from the Commission for Complaints for Telecom-television Services (CCTS) indicates complaints from Canadian telecom and TV customers were up another 35%...

CRTC, Telecom & Media News – CRTC hosts Facebook consultation on...

The CRTC wants to know if you see yourself reflected in CBC/Radio-Canada’s programming. It’s asking Canadians for their opinions as part of the public...

Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast: John Lawford of the Public Interest...

The CRTC has unveiled its Internet Code for internet service providers, aimed at better safeguarding Canadians against the shady practices of big telecom. While...

Regulatory & Telecom News – CBSC says KiSS FM Ottawa contest...

The Canadian Broadcast Standards Council (CBSC) says a contest broadcast on KiSS FM (CISS-FM) Ottawa in January violated the CAB Code of Ethics for...

Feds direct CRTC to bring down cost of internet, cellphone bills

Innovation, Science and Economic Development (ISED) has tabled the final version of a policy direction that requires the CRTC to take steps to bring...

Canadians don’t switch telecom providers despite dissatisfaction: PIAC

Canadians don't switch communications providers despite their dissatisfaction with pricing and service, according to a new report from the Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC). The...

Competition Bureau obtains court order in Bell investigation

The Competition Bureau has obtained a court order to advance its ongoing investigation into some of Bell's telecom marketing practices. The bureau revealed this week...
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