MONTREAL — Bell Media’s Canal Vie announced today a new documentary series Amour sans limite (Love Without Limit) that sheds light on the obstacles experienced by disabled singles as they... Continue Reading
MONTREAL — Quebec-based independent broadcaster Remstar Media announced today the appointment of Marie-Hélène Potvin (above) as head of the company’s channels, Elle Fictions and Max. The company also unveiled a... Continue Reading
MONTREAL — Bell Media announced yesterday a new seven-episode series, L’Agence de rencontre OD (The OD Dating Agency), is coming exclusively to Noovo.ca in July. In the series, seven former... Continue Reading
By Denis Carmel FOR MANY YEARS, deploying fibre has been a priority for the Government of Québec. But the delays in interconnecting the various networks and utility poles, which were... Continue Reading
OTTAWA – Conservative critic John Nater (above) called into question the CRTC’s ability to effectively fulfill the responsibilities that would be handed to it by Bill C-18, the Online News... Continue Reading
IQALUIT – Last week, after 16 years of preparation and planning, Inuit TV finally launched on Shaw Direct on channel 268.
“This is history in the making,” said Lucy Qavavauq (pictured above with her son, Inuuki Burke), co-CEO of Inuit TV, in an interview with Cartt.ca.
“This is very celebratory – not only for Inuit but for the rest of Canada… to be able to see what our beautiful culture is.”
The idea for the channel emerged because there was not much “unique content – not as much as Inuit wanted,” Qavavauq said, explaining “things started moving from there.”
Dedicated volunteers brought the…
CRTC called out for “vague”, “unenforceable” safeguards OTTAWA – Telus, Bell, Independent Broadcast Group (IBG), and the Canadian Communication Systems Alliance Inc. (CCSA) have each filed separate comments in support... Continue Reading
OTTAWA — CBC/Radio-Canada’s Media Technology Monitor (MTM) today released a new report that shows the number of Canadians, both English and French-speaking, who subscribe to paid TV services is still... Continue Reading