Tag: Videotron

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

CRTC, Telecom & Media News – CRTC delays mobile wireless review...

The CRTC has delayed its mobile wireless review public hearing until Feb. 18. The Commissioner of Competition has requested more time to complete an...

Valérie Héroux to join Stingray management team

Stingray Digital Group Inc. has announced that Valérie Héroux will join its management team as Vice-President, Content Acquisition and Programming, effective Nov. 11. Based in...

CRTC launches review of device financing plans – CRTC, Telecom &...

    The CRTC has launched a review of device financing plans to consider whether plans with terms longer than 24 months are compliant with the...

Videotron to challenge CRTC ruling on set-top box data sharing

Quebecor intends to challenge another CRTC ruling in court in an attempt to lift conditions of licence related to the sharing of data from...

TVA Sports goes dark on Bell TV amidst Quebecor carriage dispute

TVA Sports has gone dark on Bell TV in Quebec, amidst an ongoing carriage dispute between Bell and Quebecor. In an update for subscribers posted...

Canadian Media News In Brief – Women quoted three times less...

The Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) Radio Council is calling for foreign-based digital audio and music services like Spotify and YouTube to be brought...

Pruneau new head of Videotron, among Quebecor senior management appointments

Quebecor has started the year by announcing two head office appointments and a new president and CEO of Videotron. Jean-François Pruneau is the new head...

#Online and #Digital Media News In Brief

MAtv, Videotron's community channel, has launched new website matv.ca - a regionalized platform for online viewing. The site features MAtv programs and free localized content. The...

#CRTC and #Telecom News In Brief

CRTC hearings into questionable sales practices by the country’s big telcos opened with the full commission panel hearing that the deaf, deaf-blind and hard...

CRTC research finds 40 per cent of Canadians feel misled by...

Public opinion research commissioned by the CRTC finds that about 40 per cent of Canadians surveyed by IPSOS reported having experienced sales practices by...
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