Radio & Television

Bell/Astral II: More new rules won’t save us from Bell’s might, says CCSA

Story and photo by Steve Faguy MONTREAL - After Telus, Rogers, EastLink, Cogeco and Quebecor, the last word on Bell's failed relationship with competing BDUs went to the little guys. And they had some eye-opening facts and figures to back up their claims that Bell isn't playing fair. "We are not here to engage in regulatory arbitrage," said Jim Deane, chair of the Canadian Cable Systems Alliance, which represents about 115 small cable companies across Canada. "CCSA members are fighting for their lives." Speaking as one of the final interveners in the hearing over Bell Canada?s proposed purchase of Astral...

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.