Radio & Television

CRTC to update Indigenous broadcasting policy

OTTAWA - The CRTC has kicked off a proceeding to co-develop a new framework for Indigenous broadcasting in Canada.Noting that its current Indigenous broadcasting policy was introduced back in 1990, the Commission pledged to “modernize the existing regulatory framework so that the Canadian broadcasting system can adequately support the special needs of Indigenous peoples, now and in the future.”The procedure will adopt a phased approach “to maximize Indigenous peoples’ opportunities to shape the public participation process and make their views known to the Commission,” the CRTC said Thursday.  The first phase will consist of early engagement sessions; the second will...
 

Our industry and COVID-19

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