Radio & Television

Canadians consuming more content on more platforms: CRTC report

OTTAWA-GATINEAU – While more Canadians report consuming content online, traditional television and radio services continue to hold their own, according to the 2013 edition of the CRTC’s Communications Monitoring Report The report, released Thursday, provides an overview of the Canadian communication system.  In 2012, Canadians listened to an average of 17.5 hours of radio each week, compared to17.7 hours in the year before, and watched an average of 28.2 hours of television per week, down slightly from 28.5 hours. Collectively, they watched 931.3 million hours of television per week, 48.9% of which were Canadian programs. At the same time, more than...