Radio & Television

CCBE attendance jumps, Adamson wins ambassador award

HORSESHOE VALLEY, Ont. – With well over 270 delegates last week, the Central Canada Broadcast Engineers 2006 conference saw a 20%-plus jump in attendance, say organizers. Beginning Thursday with papers and seminars, the CCBE agenda was a full one as speakers covered topics from fibre optics system design for broadcast operations to high definition connectivity, media transport technologies to aspect ratio handling, HD radio/IBOC to ENG IP connectivity, audio processing to digital workflow.The conference wrapped up today (Sunday).Saturday morning, CBC Transmission's Martin Marcotte detailed the 2005 installation of the terrestrial repeaters to make Sirius Canada's satellite radio system work (Sirius...
 

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.