Radio & Television

Toronto radio station applications flood CRTC

OTTAWA – More than 20 applicants have asked the CRTC to be awarded a spot on the FM dial in the crowded Toronto radio market. And that list includes broadcasting heavyweights such as Newcap, CBC and Astral. The Commission issued the call last September after Evanov Radio Group subsidiary Dufferin Communications applied to change the frequency of its station CIRR-FM Toronto, (also known as Proud 103.9), from 103.9 MHz to 88.1 MHz.  Applications were due December 19.  As readers will recall, 88.1 FM is the slot formerly occupied by Ryerson University radio station CKLN which had its licence revoked by the...

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.