Radio & Television

Sun News finally issues apology for Levant on-air profanity

TORONTO - More than three months after it was ordered by the CBSC to tell its audience it violated broadcast standards, Sun News Network has finally issued an on-air apology. The Canadian Broadcast Standards Council ruling stemmed from comments made by Ezra Levant in a December 22, 2011 episode of The Source, a public affairs talk program he hosts. In that episode’s opening monologue he criticized the Chiquita Banana company for boycotting oil from the Alberta oilsands. He called a Chiquita executive a “liar” and told him to “chinga tu madre” – a Spanish-language insult that translates to “f**k your...

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.