Radio & Television

3.168 million take in Grey Cup

TORONTO – It may have been a boring first half, football-wise, but what with Fergie and The Black-Eyed Peas bounding around at halftime, followed with a barn-burning second half, CBC’s... Continue Reading

Three days left in Banff’s rate break

BANFF – There’s just three days left to take advantage of an early registration rate for the 2006 Banff International Television Festival. Participants can network with over 150 international programming... Continue Reading

Ex-coach Dussault joins XM Canada

MONTREAL – Popular football coach Jacques Dussault will join the team of radio hosts at XM Canada's Franc parler, the first French-language all talk/sports radio channel in North America. "We... Continue Reading

ACTRA, Steelworkers, unite to lobby

OTTAWA - ACTRA and the United Steelworkers announced this week they will work together to lobby for certain election platforms. They are challenging ministers, party leaders and MPs of all... Continue Reading

First subscriber gets XM service for life

ILE-DES-SOEURS, VERDUN, QC and TORONTO, ON - XM Canada, officially launched Wednesday, despite the fact its hardware won’t be widely available until next week. Its first subscriber, Michel Leblanc of... Continue Reading

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.