Radio & Television

No need for CRTC radio review now, says CAB

OTTAWA – The Canadian Association of Broadcasters has asked the CRTC to defer its planned review of the Canadian radio sector for at least 24 months. The CAB is of the view that current radio policy is working well enough for now and the Commission should wait and analyze the impact of the new subscription radio services about to hit the market before embarking on a re-do of Canadian radio policy. The Canadian broadcast industry has been waiting for a CRTC public notice announcing the much-delayed review and is now hoping it can be put off further. “It is the...