Radio & Television

CTV confirms five-year funding commitment to the National Screen Institute

WINNIPEG – CTVglobemedia announced Monday it was making a $650,000 contribution to the National Screen Institute - Canada (NSI) over five years. The money will support the NSI Totally Television training program, which was originally created as a result of the CTV-BCE Benefits package back in 2002. The latest contribution stems from the CTV-CHUM benefits package. “CTV is committed to reinvesting in the growth and success of the Canadian television industry,” Susanne Boyce, CTV Inc. president of Creative, Content and Channels, said in a media release. “Over the years we’ve seen our support of NSI Totally Television pay huge dividends in...

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.