Radio & Television

Stingray invests $6.7 million in homegrown talent in 2019

MONTREAL – Music, TV, radio and tech company Stingray announced Friday it will allocate $6.7 million to Canadian content development initiatives in 2019 through payments to music industry organizations and bursaries for up-and-coming artists, among other ways.Stingray’s aid to the Canadian music industry will take include financial contributions to Factor/Musicaction, Radio Starmaker Fund/Fonds Radiostar and the Community Radio Fund of Canada, says a company press release.In addition, Stingray will allocate $1.6 million to over 70 music festivals and events across the country such as the Junos, the CCMA Awards, the Polaris Music Prize, the Francos de MontrĂ©al, and Breakout West.As...

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.