Want faster, cheaper piracy measures By Ahmad Hathout OTTAWA – The country’s largest broadcasters and telecoms want new copyright legislation to include provisions that give the courts the ability to... Continue Reading
CANADA’S ISPs ALWAYS want to perform well in PCMag’s analysis of the fastest speeds delivered to their customers. The magazine regularly, with the help of Ookla and actual customers using... Continue Reading
HALIFAX — After expanding its 5G network in New Brunswick earlier this month, Rogers Communications today announced it is launching 5G service in Halifax. The company says its 5G network... Continue Reading
TORONTO — In a virtual presentation hosted by Canadian comedian and YouTube personality Jasmeet Raina, the Banff World Media Festival today announced the winners of the 2021 Rockie Awards International... Continue Reading
Auction starts today By Ahmad Hathout OTTAWA - The strings attached to the federal government’s 3.5 GHz spectrum, whose auction beginning today will repurpose portions of it for mobile wireless... Continue Reading
By Etan Vlessing TORONTO - In an annual upfront presentation short on traditional song and dance sales pitches, top executives at Rogers Sports & Media on Tuesday gave Canadian marketers... Continue Reading
TORONTO — In celebration of Pride Month, Rogers’s flanker brand Fido announced today it has launched a new campaign that aims to connect Canadians through conversation and highlight a more... Continue Reading
By Mel Cohen
THE CRTC REVERSED ITSELF last Thursday, declaring that it erred in 2019 when it set lower rates for wholesale customers of the major telephone and cable companies. Wholesale customers are the dozens of smaller companies that compete with the majors and each other to provide internet services used every day by Canadian homes and businesses.
They are companies you might know – Distributel, Primus, and other members of the Competitive Network Operators of Canada. The consequence of the CRTC decision is that Canadians will soon pay higher prices to use the internet.
What is particularly frustrating about this…
TORONTO — Ahead of Rogers Sports and Media’s upfront presentation Tuesday, Sportsnet today revealed it is building a new immersive broadcast studio for its NHL production team which will be... Continue Reading