Cable & Telecom

ANALYSIS: Bill C-10 lays the groundwork for a stronger broadcasting system

Cumulative revenue for Canadian TV and radio has declined by $1.36 billion since 2016 By Robert Malcolmson THE DIRE SITUATION FACING Canada’s television and radio industry – the lifeblood for Canadian content, including local, regional and national news – is hurting our communities and weakening a far-reaching sector of the Canadian economy, a sector that employs approximately 25,000 and contributes enormously to our cultural landscape. With Bill C-10, the government of Canada is laying the groundwork for a much-needed rebalancing of available support for the Canadian broadcasting system. This rebalancing would see online players like Netflix, Amazon’s Prime Video, Disney+...

Our industry and COVID-19

We've gathered a number of links where Canadian cable, radio, television, telecom and wireless companies have posted their responses to the Covid-19 pandemic.