Radio & Television

Corus defends OWN programming choices before CRTC

GATINEAU - Corus Entertainment executives strongly defended the choices it has made in in bringing Oprah Winfrey’s cable channel to Canada in front of the CRTC Tuesday. The company brought all of its big guns to the Commission hearing earlier today after being called on the carpet for being in non-compliance with the license that applies to the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) Canada – a channel which was Canadian Learning Television a decade ago. John Cassaday, president and CEO of Corus, was accompanied by Doug Murphy, executive VP of Corus Entertainment and president of Corus Television, regulatory chief Gary Mavaara,...

Our industry and COVID-19

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