TORONTO - Bell Media president Mary Ann Turcke told employees on Tuesday that personnel and strategy changes are just beginning and that the next 100 days will see even more alterations in the way the country's largest electronic media company is run as it pursues less expensive ways to do things.
A comprehensive memo sent out Tuesday morning laid out just who is in charge of what, given the departure of four long time executives Monday, and the hiring of former Universal Music Canada president Randy Lennox to be Turcke's second in command. Read More »
OTTAWA - Broadcasters looking at the likelihood of being forced to move to new over the air channels are still quietly digesting last week's 600 MHz spectrum decision by Industry Canada, but at least… Read More »
OTTAWA - The CRTC has kicked off a call for new radio licences to serve the urban Aboriginal communities in Ottawa, Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver, despite the fact that Aboriginal Voices… Read More »
TORONTO - Children's producer Nelvana has announced an expanded slate of licensing partners for its popular Little Charmers animated preschool series. Read More »
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MONTREAL - Stingray Music is rolling out 1,000 new music channels covering almost a hundred genres that are designed to help set the tone for every activity, mood and occasion. Read More »
HALIFAX - DHX Media has inked a string of broadcast deals that will take its new preschool series Twirlywoos to new channels globally, the children's TV producer said Wednesday.
DHX's own Family Jr. Read More »
OTTAWA - The Canadian television broadcasting sector saw total operating revenues dip 0.3% to $7.6 billion in 2014, while profits before interest and taxes tumbled 22.0% to $836.8 million from $1.1… Read More »
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