By Denis Carmel GATINEAU – Québecor CEO Pierre-Karl Péladeau took centre-stage at the CRTC’s hearing into the broadcasting licence renewals for the CBC and reiterated his company’s complaint (which it... Continue Reading
GATINEAU – Monday morning started with the presentation from a new Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB). When their intervention was filed in February 2020, the CAB was a shadow of... Continue Reading
MONTREAL — As it presses ahead with the electrification of its entire fleet of vehicles, Quebecor today announced it is joining EV100, a global initiative launched by international non-profit The... Continue Reading
MONTREAL — IP video solution provider Haivision Systems today announced Julie Tremblay has been appointed to its board of directors, effective immediately. Tremblay (above) was formerly the president and CEO... Continue Reading
TORONTO — Heading into the NATPE Virtual Miami Marketplace and Conference happening later this month, Blue Ant International announced this week it’s already sold more than 300 hours of premium... Continue Reading
Feds again being asked to compensate for transitions By Ahmad Hathout OTTAWA - The federal government has historically not compensated companies that must relocate their services to different spectrum bands... Continue Reading
MONTREAL — As the U.S. electoral college officially certified November’s presidential election results Monday afternoon, Quebecor chose today to highlight a recent cheeky ad campaign from one its clients, Le... Continue Reading
MONTREAL – In the context of the tabling of Bill C-10, the amendments seeking to modernize the Broadcasting Act, Quebecor’s TVA Group commissioned a poll to survey Quebecers’ perceptions and opinions about the role and complementarity of public and private television networks in Quebec.
1,019 English- or French-speaking respondents across Québec were surveyed between November 6 and November 12. The survey found:
78% of Quebecers believe it is in the public interest for public and private networks to complement rather than compete in the content that they offer.
81% of Quebecers believe the government should ensure that public broadcasters…
MONTREAL — When the IGA supermarket chain saw website traffic spike due to the explosion of online grocery shopping at the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, it turned to Quebecor’s... Continue Reading