THE CRTC IS EXPECTED TO launch its formal TV hearing process imminently. Much of the focus going into it has been on what Canadians want from their broadcasting system.
Without diminishing the importance of this, in all likelihood, Canadians will continue to want from the Canadian broadcasting system what they've always wanted.
To paraphrase Fred Sherratt, former COO of CHUM, from 15 to 20 years ago: “Canadians have more television than anyone else in the world. Read More »
TORONTO - A pair of individual complaints do not a trend make, but it's worth noting that two questions from the floor of the annual general meeting of Rogers Communications were from individual… Read More »
REPORTS FROM Northern Ontario newspapers say that Bell Aliant has submitted a purchase proposal for Ontera, the telecom arm of the Ontario Northland Transportation Commission - and that the board of… Read More »
MONTREAL - Gary Sherlock has resigned from his duties as president and CEO of Cogeco Cable's wholly-owned subsidiary Peer 1 Hosting to pursue other opportunities, Cogeco announced Wednesday. 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 »
OAKVILLE, ON - To mark its 25th anniversary, The Weather Network is sharing its top weather stories that have occurred in Canada since the channel first began broadcasting in 1989. Read More »
VICTORIA - Shaw Communications has teamed up with Victoria Highlanders FC to give its home stadium, Royal Athletic Park, a technological upgrade in time for the upcoming 2014 Premier Development… Read More »
TORONTO - CBC's Hockey Night In Canada wants to get fans even closer to the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs by providing near-instant video highlights through Twitter Canada. Read More »
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