Radio & Television

CRTC forces SRC to apologize for using offensive language on air

Two dissenting positions included with final decision OTTAWA – The CRTC is forcing national public broadcaster Société Radio-Canada (SRC) to make a public written apology to a complainant who asked the Commission to reconsider the findings of the SRC’s French services ombudsman regarding the use of the “N-word” in French on the program Le 15-18. A decision on the matter, issued today, specifies the SRC is also required to report to the Commission by Sept. 27 “on internal measures and programming best practices that it will put in place to ensure that it better addresses similar issues in the future.”...

Our industry and COVID-19

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