MONTREAL — Quebecor’s advertising sales division Quebecor Expertise Media today announced TVA’s and TVA Group specialty channels’ diverse programming for the 2022-2023 season was presented to Quebecor advertisers and clients... Continue Reading
By Howard Law
ON MAY 27 CARTT.CA published my suggested compromise on provisions in Bill C-11 impacting Canadian user-generated programming hosted by Facebook, TikTok and Google’s YouTube.
I argued a ministerial policy directive ought to direct the CRTC to regulate user-generated programming that is analogous to conventional broadcasting but exempt the remaining digital first content from regulation.
Last week Leonard St-Aubin wrote a rebuttal. Here is a summary of my take-aways from his critique:
Financing and creating CanCon should not be seen as a burden to broadcasters, but incumbent Canadian media companies treat it this way by electing to spend…
MONTREAL — Quebecor subsidiary Videotron Business announced today a long-term partnership with Berlin-based EMnify to help Québec organizations be more autonomous in Internet of Things (IoT) deployment. EMnify is a... Continue Reading
Conservatives vying to stall government’s efforts to get quick passage of C-11 in committee By Denis Carmel OTTAWA – When committee members from all parties agreed last week to hold... Continue Reading
VICTORIAVILLE, Que. — Quebecor’s Videotron today launched a new personalized in-store offering for businesses at its retail location in Victoriaville, Que., as part of a company-wide revamp of its stores.... Continue Reading
By Denis Carmel OTTAWA – The CRTC today closed two separate complaints made by BCE against Quebecor subsidiary Videotron, deciding in favour of Québecor in one matter and choosing not... Continue Reading
Bell was not consulted on Globalive/Telus network sharing agreement, CFO said By Ken Kelley TORONTO – Executives from each of Canada’s major telecoms, along with their counterparts from some of... Continue Reading
Contingent on Globalive acquiring Freedom Mobile By Amanda OYE TORONTO – Globalive announced yesterday it has signed a network and spectrum sharing agreement with Telus, contingent on Globalive acquiring Shaw... Continue Reading