Tag: Telecom

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REVOLVING DOOR: First Peoples Radio, the not-for-profit operating 95.7 ELMNT FM (CFPO-FM) Ottawa and 106.5 ELMNT FM (CFPT-FM) Toronto, has made layoffs citing significant challenges...

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REVOLVING DOOR: Melissa Ridgen is joining Global News in the newly-created role of Network Managing Editor, starting Oct. 24. Arriving from APTN where she’s been...

Videotron founder André Chagnon dies at 94

André Chagnon, the founder of Videotron, has passed away at the age of 94. Chagnon's family says the telecom pioneer and philanthropist died peacefully...

Regulatory, Telecom & Media News – Google launches online campaign against...

Your @YouTube feed is uniquely yours. We want to keep it that way. #FixC11 Learn more➡️ https://t.co/iroyD6tLPG pic.twitter.com/LLpfJuFXp8 — Google Canada (@googlecanada) October 5, 2022 Google has...

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Introducing our 2022 Canadian Radio Awards jury ChiChi Liu started her career in radio in Taiwan as a program producer and marketing manager with International Community Radio...

Regulatory, Telecom & Media News – CBC/Radio-Canada licence renewal decision referred...

Canadian Heritage Min. Pablo Rodriguez and the federal cabinet have referred the CRTC’s June CBC/Radio-Canada licence renewal decision back to the commission for re-evaluation....

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REVOLVING DOOR: Brad Phillips, Senior Vice-President, Corus Audio, is the new President and Chair of the Board of Directors of Radioplayer Canada (RPC). Julie Adam,...

Regulatory, Telecom & Media News – Study finds faith and religion...

Faith and Media Initiative (FAMI) has released the results of the largest-ever Global Faith and Media Study which finds that coverage of faith and...

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The Broadcast Dialogue Canadian Radio Awards are back for 2022 and will open to submissions on Monday, Sept. 26. We want your station’s best radio...

Regulatory, Telecom & Media News – Federal Court grants Radio-Canada leave...

1/2 Today the FCA granted Radio-Canada leave to appeal the CRTC’s decision 2022-175 concerning the use of an offensive word on air. In keeping...

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