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Erin Isfeld

Erin Isfeld has anchored her last newscast on CTV Edmonton. Isfeld had been a reporter and anchor with the station for 18 years, most recently as senior anchor of CTV News at Six. As the mother of teenagers, Isfeld told viewers the decision was “purely about her family.” She’ll be joining Edmonton International Airport (YEG) as Manager of Corporate Communications. Isfeld, who originally hails from Manitoba, started her career in the late 1990s with MTN (Manitoba Television Network) and A-Channel Winnipeg. 

Geoff Hastings

Geoff Hastings is the new senior anchor of CTV News at Six in Edmonton. Since 2019, Hastings had been anchoring the 5 p.m. broadcast. His career started at CTV Edmonton while attending NAIT, followed by stops at Radio NL (CHNL-AM) and CFJC-TV Kamloops, and Global BC, before returning to Edmonton.

Alissa Thibault

Alissa Thibault has joined Global BC as a reporter. Thibault, who had been with CTV Vancouver since 2019, revealed earlier this year that she’d stepped away from reporting temporarily after suffering from burnout and early onset PTSD. Thibault, who holds dual Australian-Canadian citizenship, started her career in news radio in Australia, before moving into television with Channel 9 in Sydney. She’s been working in television in Vancouver since 2017.

Effi Eustace

Effi Eustace has been promoted at Incendo to SVP, Sales for the Americas, responsible for boosting the producer and distributor’s development slate. Eustace previously held the title of VP, Sales & Marketing for the last three years. Prior to that, she was with Twentieth Century Fox for 19 years, ending her tenure there as Vice-President, Worldwide Marketing.

Andy Rice

Andy Rice has been hired as Managing Director of Business Solutions and Services at Pelmorex Corp., parent company of The Weather Network, MétéoMédia and Eltiempo.es. He will work alongside Pelmorex’s senior leadership team to build a portfolio of business-to-business weather and climatology solutions. Prior to joining Pelmorex, Rice was Global Lead for Sustainability, Climate and Weather Analytics as a Partner at IBM; VP Product and Analytics at The Weather Company and Chief Product Officer at Weather Central. 

Luke Smith

Luke Smith has parted ways with CIUT-FM as the University of Toronto campus and community station’s Board of Directors moves to take the station in a new direction. Smith had been Station Manager for the last year and a half. Prior to that, he served as Director of Learning and Development at the National Campus & Community Radio Association (NCRA) for seven years. Longtime CIUT-FM programmer Ken Stowar has been appointed Acting Station Manager and Program Director, while a new structure is contemplated. 


Introducing the 2023 Canadian Radio Awards jury 

(l-r): Former Virgin Radio Toronto morning show co-host Jax Irwin, professional voiceover talent and “Radio Nerd” Kat Carter, international talent coach Nails Mahoney, Sound Off Media Company founder Matt Cundill, former Rogers Sports & Media National Format Director-News and CBC BC News Director Treena Wood, & Halifax-based radio and television personality JC Douglas. Read more about this year’s jury here. The Canadian Radio Awards are FREE to enter thanks to our sponsors and supporters. Enter your station talent or self-nominate across 18 categories. Learn more at CanadianRadioAwards.com. The submission window closes Nov. 2.

Mike Mucaila, host of CHUO-FM program Ici l’Afrique.

89.1 CHUO-FM, the University of Ottawa’s campus and community radio station, has been defunded after a majority of students voted to end the $4.99 per student levy collected on its behalf. The university first won a licence for the bilingual station in 1991, with its origins as a club dating back to the mid-1980s. In an appeal to students earlier this month, following the university’s approval of the referendum question to end the student levy, Acting Station Manager Grant Stein wrote in an open letter that the question threatened to “tear down decades of institutional knowledge and collective student and community-focused artistry.” He maintains the radio station being included in the referendum was rooted in student union politics. Read more here.

Bell Media has announced the launch of Addressable Audio, following the unveiling of its Addressable TV offering. The new format dynamically inserts digital audio ads into live linear programming, and on-demand content on iHeartRadio.ca and the iHeartRadio Canada app. Available via Bell DSP and directly through Bell Media sales reps, it allows brands to target listeners across AM/FM streaming, on-demand, and podcasts.

Paige Nienaber

Orbyt Media and CPR Promotions have entered into an ad sales agreement that now allows CPR to offer its promotional and marketing consultation services to radio stations across Canada for 100% barter. Paige Nienaber, founder of CPR Promotions, is a three-time winner of Promotional Consultant of the Year at the WorldWide Radio Summit. His clients include iHeartMedia, Cumulus Media, and Alpha Media in multiple markets, as well as Rogers and Stingray in Canada.

My Broadcasting Corporation’s Lake 88 (CHLK-FM) Radiothon for Local Health Care has raised $122,475 for Perth and area hospitals and community healthcare centres. The radiothon ran for 12 hours from 6 a.m. until 6 p.m. on Oct. 12 and saw Lake 88 hosts joined by physicians, nurses, patients, family of past patients, volunteers and healthcare administrators, to increase the awareness of local healthcare programs and raise money for hospital equipment and supplies. The station once again partnered with the Almonte General Hospital/Fairview Manor Foundation, Carleton Place & District Memorial Hospital Foundation, Perth and Smiths Falls District Hospital Foundation, as well as Country Roads Community Health Centre, ConnectWell Community Health and Rideau Community Health Services. The Lake 88 Radiothon for Local Healthcare has now raised over $600,000 for local health care in its five-year run. 

The Signal Awards, celebrating the world’s best podcasts, has announced this year’s winners, including CBC/BBC co-production Love, Janessa, which won Gold for Best Writing; Curiouscast’s Deadman’s Curse: Slumach’s Gold, which won Gold in the General-History category and Silver for Best Writing; Sonar Network’s On A Cold, Dark Night (Best Bedtime Podcast), Dwarven Moss (Gaming & Actual Play), and Vanderpump Robs (Best Fan Podcast); Canadland for COMMONS: Hockey (Sports-Documentary); Pacific Content for Making an Impossible Airplane: The Untold Story of Concorde (General-Documentary) and Morgan Stanley podcast What Should I Do With My Money? (Money, Finance & Investment); and JAR Audio, which picked up five awards, including two for Nice Genes! A Genome BC Podcast

Canadaland’s COMMONS returns with another season, diving into the world of cults. This season poses the question “What makes a cult a cult?” and asks whether that label even means anything anymore? Host Arshy Mann and producers Jordan Cornish and Noor Azrieh promise to “go beyond the true-crime cliches to unveil the intricate webs that underpin these unconventional movements.”

The Globe and Mail has premiered new true crime podcast In Her Defence. Hosted by Jana Pruden, the podcast takes listeners through a series of jailhouse interviews with Helen Naslund, a domestic abuse victim convicted of killing her husband Miles in 2011, after his body was found years later welded into a box at the bottom of a pond near his family’s property in Alberta.

LISTEN: The Sound Off Podcast Network has added its first Gen-Alpha podcast with The Cash Kid Podcast, a show designed to teach kids and adults about the stock market and other financial skills. The show has launched a new season with an episode on Super Financial Literacy Skills. On this week’s Sound Off Podcast, Matt Cundill features the last episode of Season 1 – A Talk With the Cash Kid.

The original ProBono Group (l-r) Larry MacInnis, Mike Tennant, Mike Occomore & Terry O’Reilly at Kit Kat on King Street West, Toronto.

FEATURE: The ProBono Group is tackling homelessness, in support of the Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness (CAEH), producing a new radio campaign to address the many misconceptions and incorrect assumptions surrounding homelessness in Canada. The group is launching the first in a series of 30-second radio PSAs for CAEH this week, entitled “41 Years Old.” It will be followed by a second 30-second PSA in about a month to keep the campaign fresh. Free to stations, download the new PSA here:

A collective of broadcast production and ad strategy pros, ProBono Group is led by award-winning creative directors Mike Occomore (best-known for the 37 years he spent at CHUM Toronto) and fellow CHUM alum and veteran writer Larry MacInnis, along with producer Mike Tennant. Read more here.


Jim Craig

Jim Craig, 78, on Oct. 7. Craig was involved in the broadcast industry for more than six decades with a career that started in the early 1960s, initially as an announcer in his teens at CJOY Guelph and CKSO Sudbury. He went on to become the first voice heard on CKCB Collingwood when the station went to air in 1965. From there, he moved on to Kitchener, holding roles at CHYM, CKKW-FM and CKCO-TV where he hosted “Bowling for Dollars.” Stints followed in Winnipeg, at CFRN Edmonton, CKSL and CFPL-TV London and eventually CJBK and CJBX-FM where he moved into management. He also did a decade-long stint as a national programmer for CBC Galaxie’s smooth jazz station Jazz Cafe. Craig began teaching in the radio and television program at Fanshawe College part-time in 1985 and later Conestoga College, before joining the Seneca College School of Media in 1998 where he rose to the role of Radio Program Coordinator. 

Bob Conroy

Bob Conroy, 81, on Oct. 6. Originally from Joliet, Illinois, Conroy got a job out of college in Cleveland, OH working at KYW-TV, and later WKYC Radio. Conroy eventually accepted a job offer at CFTO Toronto as a Producer/Director, ascending to the position of Director of Production and Coordinating Producer, and later Director of Operations for the CTV Network. In 1993, he joined CBC as Director of Production for Current Affairs and Newsworld, a position he held up until his retirement in 2007. His work earned him two Gemini award nominations, among other accolades. 

Alex Morrison

Alex Morrison, 63, on Sept. 27, following complications from surgery. A well-known radio personality in Cape Breton, Morrison was one of the group that was awarded the licence for CKCH-FM Sydney, NS in 2007, alongside fellow broadcaster Jay Bedford and local businessman Barry Martin. In addition to working for stations in Cape Breton and Ontario, Morrison lent his voice to numerous community events, including the Canadian Little League Championships. He also operated a successful DJ business and had recently gone back to school, obtaining a Business Administration diploma from Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC).


Filmmaker Denys Arcand has been named as the 2023 DGC Lifetime Achievement Award recipient.

Denys Arcand, Marie Clements, and Patricia Gallivan are among this year’s Directors Guild of Canada (DGC) Special Award honourees. Ahead of the 22nd Annual DGC Awards Gala on Oct. 21, the organization has announced Arcand as its 2023 DGC Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, Clements as the DGC Impact Award for Inclusion & Leadership honouree, and Gallivan as an Honourary Life Member after representing DGC BC through nine rounds of collective bargaining. Read more here.

UBCP/ACTRA has announced this year’s nominees for the 12th Annual UBCP/ACTRA Awards, recognizing members for their exceptional contributions to the entertainment industry over the past year. Sheltering Season, Bones of Crows and The Night Agent are among the productions spurring multiple performance nods. Additionally, UBCP/ACTRA will be presenting the Lorena Gale Woman of Distinction Award to Susan Hogan. Hogan appeared in her most noted film role as Marlene in Bordertown Café. Her television roles include 130 episodes of Family Passions (Canada’s first soap opera) and 100 episodes of Night Heat, with guest roles on Virgin River, Battlestar Galactica, Supergirl, the L Word, Motive, and Heartland. 

Media Technology Monitor (MTM) has released new data indicating one in six Canadians has tuned into a FAST (Free Ad-Support Streaming TV) channel. While a relatively new addition to the streaming landscape, MTM says Canadians are embracing the no-cost viewing option, with one in five FAST channel users accessing content via Roku, 15% streaming content from Tubi, followed by Pluto TV and Samsung TV Plus. MTM’s report indicates FAST channels are more popular among Anglophones (18%) than Francophones (13%), with more viewing happening in the North and among diverse or racialized Canadians. Read more here.

YES TV has launched a new streaming platform that makes the not-for-profit religious channel accessible Canada-wide via iOS, Android, Apple TV, Roku, Fire TV, and a variety of Smart TVs including Samsung, LG, Sony, and Android TVs, as well as yestv.com. Within the app, users can select from any of YES TV’s three over-the-air stations, Ontario (CITS-DT), Calgary (CKCS-DT) or Edmonton (CKES-DT). The platform will also serve as the hub for YES TV original programs, making them available on-demand. In addition to religious programming, the channel airs series like Highway to Heaven, Blue Bloods, Family Feud Canada, Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy! Read more here.

Pluto TV has debuted eight new channels from MTV and Comedy Central. They include MTV Reality (Jersey Shore, The Hills), MTV Dating (Ex On The Beach, Are You The One?), and single-series channels The Challenge, Catfish, and Ridiculousness. The launch of the Comedy Central channels signifies the first time the brand has had its own TV channels in Canada, which include Comedy Central Pluto TV (Chapelle’s Show, Reno 911!), Comedy Central Animation (Beavis and Butt-Head, Daria), and single-series channel Comedy Central Stand-Up. All channels and series are now streaming free, live and on-demand.

Blue Ant Media has expanded its partnership with Samsung TV Plus, Samsung’s free, ad-supported TV (FAST) and video-on-demand (AVOD) service, as part of a broad deal that includes the launch of three free streaming channels in multiple territories as well as hundreds of hours of factual content from Blue Ant Media’s international distribution arm headed to the platform. Blue Ant Media’s renovation and design-focused channel, Homeful, is now available to Samsung TV Plus users in the U.S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, in addition to Mexico and Brazil in Spanish and Portuguese. Paranormal-themed channel, HauntTV, which has also launched in Canada, the UK, Australia and New Zealand in the last year, is now available in the U.S. and pet-focused channel, Love Pets, has launched in the UK, the Netherlands and Nordic countries. The channels further expand Blue Ant Media’s distribution with Samsung TV Plus and join the previously launched Love Nature in the U.S. and Crimetime in Canada. 

TSN has announced its broadcast schedule for the Toronto Raptors’ 2023-24 regular season. Regular season coverage begins Friday, Oct. 27 at 7:30 p.m. ET, as the Raps face the Chicago Bulls. Highlights include all four meetings with the Boston Celtics, including the Raptors’ first-ever NBA In-Season Tournament Game Nov. 17; defending NBA champion Denver Nuggets making their only visit north of the border Dec. 20; 2023 first-overall draft pick Victor Wembanyama’s first visit to Toronto with the San Antonio Spurs on Feb. 12; both match-ups against LeBron James, Anthony Davis, and the LA Lakers; and the Raptors’ annual Giants of Africa game Dec. 1 against the New York Knicks.

Lark Productions and Cameron Pictures, in association with Citytv, have announced casting for the highly-anticipated Law & Order Toronto: Criminal Intent. The Canadian iteration of the longest-running scripted drama brand in TV history features an all-Canadian ensemble cast that includes Aden Young (Rectify, Black Robe), Kathleen Munroe (City on Fire, Patriot), Karen Robinson (Schitt’s Creek, Echoes), K.C. Collins (The Cleaning Lady, White Dog), Nicola Correia-Damude (Shadowhunters, Resident Alien) and Araya Mengesha (Nobody, Anne with an E). The Canadian adaptation follows two elite detectives from the Specialized Criminal Investigations unit as they investigate high-profile crimes and homicides in metro Toronto. Production on the 10 one-hour original episodes is underway in Toronto and slated to air on Citytv in spring 2024. 

Vanessa Morgan and Giacomo Giannotti

CBC has announced casting for the new original drama, Wild Cards (10X60), premiering winter 2024 on CBC Gem and CBC TV in Canada and on The CW Network in the U.S. Created by Michael Konyves (Bad Blood, Barney’s Version, The Last Knights), the crime-solving procedural with a comedic twist stars Vanessa Morgan (Riverdale) and Giacomo Gianniotti (Grey’s Anatomy, Reign, From Scratch). It follows a demoted detective and a transient con woman forced to work together, with each using their unique skills to solve crimes. Wild Cards is currently filming in Vancouver until late fall. 

CBC and Pier 21 Films have announced that production is underway around Toronto, Hamilton and Barrie on the third season of Run The Burbs (13×30). The third season will premiere on CBC and CBC Gem in winter 2024. As previously announced, television veterans Jennica Harper and Nelu Handa have taken over showrunning duties this season. The duo previously collaborated on CTV series JANN, on which Harper served as showrunner. 

CTV has announced casting details for new CTV Original drama Sight Unseen. The 10-episode, one-hour, crime-drama is created by sisters Karen Troubetzkoy (Killjoys, Orphan Black) and Nikolijne Troubetzkoy (Skymed, Transplant), and stars newcomer Dolly Lewis and Agam Darshi (DMZ), alongside Jarod Joseph (The 100) and Daniel Gillies (Virgin River). Production is currently underway in Vancouver, with the series set to premiere in 2024 on CTV in Canada and on The CW in the U.S. The series follows a homicide detective who is forced to quit the job she loves after nearly killing her partner and being diagnosed as clinically blind. Reluctant to accept help, she uses an assistance app and connects with Sunny Patel (Darshi), a professional seeing-eye guide and agoraphobe living 3,000 miles away.

Wind Sun Sky Entertainment, Clearwater Farm, and Ontario Water Centre have announced CBC Kids as the Canadian broadcast and streaming partner for their global ECO-tainment platform, Future Chicken. Kicking off the partnership, The Future Chicken Today Show will premiere Sunday, Nov. 5 as part of CBC Kids’ morning schedule on CBC TV and CBC Gem, and will be available on the Future Chicken YouTube channel the following day. Shorts will also be shared on cbckids.ca and the CBC Kids YouTube channel. Geared primarily for kids, aged six to 10, Future Chicken aims to counter climate “doomism” by offering entertaining and educational experiences including an interactive website, weekly talk show, and monthly podcast to inspire hope and empowerment to build a better future.

Marc Brown

Epic Story Media (ESM) and CBC Kids have confirmed a deal for Hop, the forthcoming new preschool comedy series from Arthur creator Marc Brown. The series, produced by Epic Story Media and animated by Loomi Animation, was greenlit earlier this year by MAX, with CBC Kids now joining as a commissioning broadcaster. Hop marks Brown’s first television show since Arthur’s 25-year run. Fellow Arthur alums Peter K. Hirsch and Tolon Brown join Brown in bringing his children’s book illustrations to life. RespectAbility, the advocacy nonprofit organization fighting stigma and advancing opportunity for people with disabilities, is consulting on the series, which is set to launch in Q2 2024.   

Blackfoot Nation Films has announced the broadcast premiere of APTN lumi original Tales from the Rez on Oct. 20. Making its debut at the imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival with writer/director Trevor Solway (Kaatohkitopii: The Horse He Never Rode), producer Colin Van Loon (This is Not a Ceremony), and cast including Cody Lightning (Hey Viktor!), Tales from the Rez is a horror-comedy anthology that breathes life into popular Blackfoot urban legends. Guided by Uncle Randolf (played by newcomer Charles Duck Chief), an Elder with one foot in the living world and one foot in the spirit world, the series presents unique screen adaptations of these stories, featuring Eugene Brave Rock (Wonder Woman), actor and Ghostkeeper frontman Shane Ghostkeeper (Parallel Minds), Shayla Stonechild (Siren), Michelle Thrush (Bones of Crows), Joel Oulette (Trickster), and Nathan Alexis (Trickster).

APTN, CBC and the Indigenous Screen Office (ISO) have announced the two Indigenous scripted series that will soon be in pre-development through the CBC-APTN Early Stage Scripted Development Program, in association with the ISO. The creative team for each production will have access to CBC and APTN executives, who will provide custom-tailored support for both series. The program aims to advance the projects of emerging Indigenous storytellers to the next stage of development and, ultimately, into production. The projects for 2023-24 are drama Halfbreed from Alberta producers Berkley Brady, Erin Sharp and Nicolina Lanni, Nika Productions Inc.; and comedy Matter of Time from Winnipeg producers Janelle and Jérémie Wookey, Wookey Films

Hammerhead Ventures, CouKuma Productions, and Harrington Studio have announced that the debut feature film Thanks to the Hard Work of the Elephants from actor-turned writer/director Bryce Hodgson has gone to camera in Toronto. The film, which is based on a true story, stars Hunter Dillon (Riceboy Sleeps, To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before) and newcomer Kevin Nguyen and also features Fred Nguyen Khan (The Sympathizer), Tony Nappo (Four Brothers, Saw II), Ryan Mcdonald (Seven Veils, The King Tide) and musician Kimberly Ha. Centred on the troubled teen industry, it follows two teenage boys who escape incarceration, while high on LSD. 

HGTV, in partnership with Corus Entertainment, has greenlit Don’t Hate Your House with the Property Brothers, Drew and Jonathan Scott, as they find a way to fix problematic homes for frustrated families. The recent greenlight of Backed By The Bros (working title) will also air on HGTV Canada, which will see the brothers offer their insight and resources to help inexperienced entrepreneurs find success with high-stakes investment properties. The two new series and a fresh season of Celebrity IOU will be produced by Scott Brothers Entertainment with the brothers serving as executive producers. All three series are slated to premiere in 2024 on HGTV Canada and STACKTV.

Pamela’s Cooking With Love & Bryan’s All In

Corus Studios is closing its fiscal year with more than 2,300 hours of premium content sold, a 15% increase year-over-year. Representing 50 titles across the lifestyle, factual, and scripted space, new licensees include Box TV in India and Tivilife in Turkey. At MIPCOM this week, Corus Studios is offering buyers a first look at Pamela Anderson’s food-focused series, Pamela’s Cooking With Love (8×60), as well as Bryan’s All In (10×60) from home renovation star Bryan Baeumler.

W Network seasonal event, Hallmark Channel’s Countdown to Christmas, begins Friday, Oct. 20 with the first of 44 new movie premieres. The full schedule event officially kicks off Nov. 1 with premieres every Wednesday through Sunday at 8 p.m. ET/PT. According to data supplied by Corus Entertainment, the viewing event reached almost 12 million Canadians last year, continuously making W Network the #1 entertainment specialty channel among A25-54 and F25-54 during its run. W Network’s Movie Date also returns this holiday season, hosted by Sarah Keenleyside (HGTV Canada’s Backyard Builds), model and TV host Brittnee Blair and Noah Cappe (Food Network Canada’s Carnival Eats) featuring lifestyle segments in holiday decor, gift giving, and entertaining. W Network will be available on National Free Preview, Nov. 1-30.

The Canada Media Fund (CMF) has released the trailer of the second season of Lights, Camera, Inclusion, a video series on CMF platform Now & Next that focuses on issues related to equity, diversity, and inclusion in the Canadian screen industries. Transforming the industry, the new five-episode second season debuted this week with Season 2 guests including: Shyam Valera and Kashif Pasta, producers and founders of Vancouver-based production company Dunya, focused on stories from racialized creators with a global impact; Loretta Todd, Doreen Manuel, and Cease Wyss, Indigenous filmmakers, educators, and three of the four matriarchs behind the IM4 lab; producer Eric Idriss-Kanago and director Henri Pardo, the duo behind the Afro Canada docuseries and feature film Kavanal; and producers Samuel Gagnon and Bahija Essoussi-Gagnon, co-founders of Montreal-based production company Objectif 9.


Ward Smith is being honoured with RTDNA Canada’s 2023 President’s Award, the organization’s highest honour recognizing those who have brought distinction to electronic and digital journalism in Canada. Smith, the Senior Vice-President of Global News, oversees news operations across the Corus Entertainment network, including 15 local TV news stations, five national news programs, and news programming across the Corus Radio talk network. He celebrated his 30th anniversary with Global News in 2020. Read more here.

Carleton University is now accepting applications to the R. James Travers Foreign Corresponding Fellowship for a project to be completed in 2024. The application deadline is Jan. 4. Established to provide an annual award of up to $25,000 to cover travel, reporting and research expenses, the fund is administered by Carleton through its School of Journalism and Communication in the Faculty of Public Affairs. The fellowship commemorates the career and ideals of Jim Travers—reporter, foreign correspondent, general manager for Southam News, editor of the Ottawa Citizen, and executive managing editor and national columnist for the Toronto Star. 

CRTCBell is asking the Federal Court of Appeal to review whether the CRTC was allowed to automatically renew its broadcasting licences without notice or consultation. The CRTC approved all of the broadcaster’s 66 television and specialty channel licences through August 2026 on an administrative renewal basis, however Bell is among the broadcasters with open Part 1 applications before the commission asking it to reduce Canadian programming and news expenditures based on changes in the financial climate for broadcasters since the last five-year term renewal in 2017. Bell is accusing the regulator of breaching section 18(2) of the Broadcasting Act, which stipulates the need for a public hearing before a renewal decision. “The Renewal Decision is likely to have serious adverse impacts on Bell Media,” states the application for leave to appeal. “It will impair Bell Media’s ability to evolve in the competitive landscape of the Canadian broadcasting industry in the face of a growing presence from digital media broadcasting undertakings (DMBUs, or companies who provide consumer broadcasting services over the internet).”

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