Radio & Television

TV POLICY REVIEW: Young Canadians turn off their TVs, radios

IN 1998, A YEAR BEFORE THE CRTC set its last conventional television policy, people of all ages would have thought you a kook if you asked them about "downloading a video", "IM-ing" your friend, charting your MP3s or buying the latest season of Seinfeld on DVD. Just eight short years ago, instant messaging didn't exist, there was no online video, nobody had a digital camera, only 1% of Canadians had a DVD player and just 8% knew what broadband was. These are some of the findings published in a Trend Analysis for the CRTC by Solutions Research Group. The Commission...

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.