Radio & Television

Quebecor launches French-language answer to MySpace

QUEBEC CITY – Without fanfare, and hoping it’s not too late to carve out a niche in the social networking web space, Quebecor Media’s Canoe news site has launched a home-grown equivalent of the spectacularly popular U.S.-based sites MySpace and YouTube. The site,, went on-line earlier this week, the first step towards creating a new social community, accessible to both French and, within the next year, to English speakers, said Martin Aubut, Canoe’s director of “communities”. “We were looking at what’s going on and said ‘Wow!’. I really believe strongly in sites where the users are at the centre....

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.