Radio & Television

Election law “archaic and condescending to voters”, says RTNDA and RTDNA

TORONTO – As Canadians heads to the election polls on Monday, RTNDA Canada - The Association of Electronic Journalists and RTDNA - The Radio Television Digital News Association say that they “vehemently oppose” a law that prohibits the transmission of election results to the public in a district where polling stations are still open.Section 329 of the Canada Elections Act was initially intended to curb national media outlets from "prematurely transmitting" electoral results across time zones, theoretically preventing election results in eastern Canada from influencing voters in the west.  But according to RTNDA and RTDNA, if a media organization or individual...

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.