Radio & Television

CAB is ignoring small broadcasters’ concerns: Leclerc Communication (Updated)

Association says consensus was achieved By Steve Faguy GATINEAU - The Canadian Association of Broadcasters' submission to the CRTC's commercial radio policy has exposed a long-standing rift between large and small broadcasters, and one of them is speaking up to say the CAB's comments do not represent them. Leclerc Communication, which owns two radio stations in Quebec City and one in Montreal, owes its very existence to the CRTC's Common Ownership Policy, which sets limits on how many stations in one market a company can own. When Cogeco bought Corus's Quebec radio stations in 2011, it was forced to divest...

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.