Radio & Television

TELEDIVERSITE 2005 conference next week

MONTREAL - Billed as the premier conference on cultural diversity and private broadcasting, Astral Media, TQS and TVA, in partnership with the CAB are proud to announce Télédiversité. The conference... Continue Reading

TV nets want better debates

TORONTO – The heads of Canada’s major networks are sure there’s going to be a federal election and have told Canada’s political parties that TV debates have to change. In... Continue Reading

TQS transmitter must stay, says CRTC

OTTAWA-GATINEAU - The run-down transmitter serving the 2,000 people in Saint Fulgence, Quebec, must stay, the CRTC ruled today. Cogeco Inc.-controlled broadcaster TQS had petitioned the Commission for the removal... Continue Reading

Family adds Sadie

TORONTO - A nature-obsessed fourteen-year-old girl observes and documents the behaviour of human specimens at her high school in Naturally, Sadie, a new live-action comedy series for tweens making its... Continue Reading

CHUM jazzes up subscription radio

TORONTO - In advance of a CRTC ruling that is expected this spring, CHUM Limited has entered into a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Canada's premier jazz station, JAZZ.FM91, to... Continue Reading

W adds Felicity

TORONTO - W Network announced today the addition of the critically-acclaimed drama series Felicity to its schedule, starting Saturday, June 18 at 8 p.m. W Network will air all four... 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.