Radio & Television

TQS transmitter must stay, says CRTC

OTTAWA-GATINEAU - The run-down transmitter serving the 2,000 people in Saint Fulgence, Quebec, must stay, the CRTC ruled today. Cogeco Inc.-controlled broadcaster TQS had petitioned the Commission for the removal of transmitter CKTV-TV-1 Saint-Fulgence, which broadcasts CKTV Saguenay (an affiliate of CBC’s French-language sister, SRC), on the grounds that the site needed extensive repairs and that most people in the region were already getting the TV signal by cable and satellite anyway. The Commission denied the application by TQS inc. to remove the transmitter from its license. TQS told the Commission that its agreement with the CBC, “per se did...
 

Our industry and COVID-19

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