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Columnists say the neoliberal view of the CBC as a commodity in the market, as opposed to a public good outside it, must be challenged.
I will stop the CBC competing with private media, and the CBC will be better for it by Maxime Bernier
Federal Conservative leadership candidate says they believe there is still a role in the media landscape for a public radio and television network, but that it has to be something other than what the private sector already offers.
Public broadcaster president Hubert Lacroix reveals CBC’s digital ad revenue for first time.
A new study on telecommunications, Internet and media concentration across Canada reveals a mixed picture: high media concentration in many core areas of the Internet, and declining but still high levels of concentration in mobile wireless services.
CEO of Music Canada says artists -- the people who build our nation's cultural foundation and much of the intellectual property we export -- now struggle more than ever to earn a living.
After recent meeting with the media, participants walked away saying that Trump did not seem entirely rational about his criticism of the media, nor did he appear any more informed about policy than he had been during the campaign
Columnist says freedom of press is constitutionally protected in Canada but our freedoms, and that of our press, can be fragile.
Donald Trump takes issue with Amazon founder Jeff Besos' ownership of The Washington Post.
Columnist describes the Canadian Military Journalism Course (CMJC) offered by Calgary's Mount Royal University.
Text of a speech delivered by CRTC Chair Jean-Pierre Blais to the Canadian Chapter of the International Institute of Communications in Ottawa.
Conservative Leadership Candidate, Brad Trost says that the biggest subsidy that needs to go is the $1.2-billion allowance to the CBC.
Representatives of Canadian media outlets urged members of Parliament Tuesday to pursue de-regulation in the news industry and “level the playing field” between the CBC and Canada’s struggling legacy media companies and new digital outlets.
The new head of the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television says branding stuff as Canadian content should be secondary to helping excellent content in whatever form stand out.
The federal government has tapped long-time public servant Judith LaRocque for a temporary stint in a vice-chair role at the CRTC.
Columnist says the total Republican control of government means that Democrats will struggle to get their objections to carry much weight, much as they did prior to the Iraq War.
CBC to invest at least $7.5 million dollars into the fund over the next three years.
CBC threatens podcast app developer for using publicly available content, suggests ‘license fee model’ by Sean Craig
In a move that could impact your morning commute, the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. has sent a legal threat to the developers of a podcast app, claiming that accessing the public broadcaster’s publicly available RSS feed without paying a licensing fee constitutes “commercial use” and is a violation of its copyright.
According to a new report, broadcasting revenues in Canada last year decreased by 1.6% to $17.9 billion.
Columnist says The major newsrooms in this country — the Toronto Star included — are unnaturally white, leading to tone-deaf, biased coverage of news.
TV still medium of choice for majority of respondents, but tablets, phones increasingly used.
The CRTC’s Communications Monitoring Report for 2016 found broadband Internet usage jumped 40 per cent from 2014 to 2015, while mobile data usage saw an even larger 44-per-cent spike.
Former director of HR sues CBC, alleging senior management conspired to fire her by Joseph Brean & Sean Craig
A former human resources executive for the CBC has filed a wrongful dismissal suit against the broadcaster, alleging that senior HR staff conspired to fire her while she was on medical leave and that CEO Hubert Lacroix breached his duties in refusing to review the matter
The CRTC says Canadians spent more money on Internet access than television subscriptions for the first time last year as the demand for data exploded and the desire for traditional TV packages waned.
The CRTC says Canadians are downloading more data than ever as a result of the growing use of broadband technologies over mobile devices and within the home.
Columnist says Justin Trudeau's sweet, youthful, Willy Wonka façade is slipping to reveal that he's just an old boy wedded to the old way of doing things at home and abroad.
CRTC says cord cutting took a bigger bite out of Canada’s broadcast industry last year as younger audiences increasingly listened to music and watched television over the Internet.
CRTC Chairman says a new report clearly shows that viewing and listening habits are continuing to shift.
Columnist says now is the time for a new digital policy for the digital age.
A new report released by the CRTC shows how the viewing and listening habits of Canadians are transforming the broadcasting industry.