ANOTHER ROUND OF LAYOFFS has led inexorably to another spasm of handwringing, navel gazing and a week of “what are we going to do about the CBC?” The reactions have largely been predictable, eye-rolling and boring - generally a waste of everyone's time.
It was shocking when last Thursday's big town hall meeting called by CBC leadership turned out to be, for the most part, just about cutting the public broadcaster's head count yet again - with a vague promise about a new vision for the pubcaster to come sometime before the summer. Read More »
VANCOUVER, CALGARY, and TORONTO - Rogers wasted no time in deploying its new 700 MHz spectrum, flipping the switch for customers in select Vancouver, Calgary and Toronto communities on Thursday. Read More »
TORONTO - Corus Entertainment has named Lynn Chambers as vice president of client marketing for Corus Television Sales. Read More »
WATERLOO - BlackBerry will present a new award for budding scientists who showcase their scientific and technical chops in a competition to build the best mobile application. Read More »
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Hosted by the National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA), The Cable Show 2014 is the live event that ignites business opportunities, cultivates new relationships and produces… See Event »
REGINA - SaskTel is teaming up with the Canadian Red Cross and the CFL's Saskatchewan Roughriders in an effort to take down bullying through 'Imagine No Bullying' school tours in Saskatchewan. Read More »
OAKBANK, MB - MTS will be expanding its fibre-to-the-home network, the MTS FiON Network, to Oakbank, Manitoba later this year, the company said Thursday. Read More »
TORONTO and CALGARY - An internal memo circulated to staff at Shaw Media this week told employees exactly what was to be cut and altered as its portion of the corporate restructuring announced late… Read More »
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