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Operating revenues for Canada’s private radio stations were “relatively stable” in 2014, according to the latest data from Statistics Canada, with a slight 0.5% decline to $1.6 billion.
The bureau is now headed toward a fall election while “missing one of our biggest players,” one CBC employee said.
Worldwide over-the-top TV and video revenue will reach $51.1 billion in 2020, nearly doubling the $26.0 billion expected in 2015, according to a new forecast.
The Talent Fund helps the film industry diversify its funding sources and promote its successes.
Columnist says polls show Thomas Mulcair atop the leaderboard, thanks to a rapidly disappearing Liberal vote.
Canadian public broadcaster's crisis: 'When you create celebrities, you create monsters' by John Barber
Columnist says that gutted by a conservative government and forced to emphasize ‘host culture’ over content, the CBC has faced three scandals involving presenters in recent months, the latest Evan Solomon’s alleged influence-peddling in art deals.
The NDP & Liberal parties say Netflix and other streaming video services should be required to report Canadian subscription data and customers’ viewing habits to regulators.
Columnist says former CBC journalist Evan Solomon had become very good at what he did, and was serving Canadians far more than others at the public broadcaster.
Columnist says Evan Solomon was troubled only by the public relations disaster he triggered when his entrepreneurial sideline became public.
With millions of Canuck visitors, BuzzFeed has officially launched a Canadian edition.
Columnist says the departure of Evan Solomon from CBC is an opportunity for our national broadcaster to save its institutional soul, and for Canada to get a grip on itself.
Columnist says the former host is surely the boss of his own conscience but still, he may have found it confusing at CBC regarding what was valued there.
In a statement issued through his lawyer, Evan Solomon says that he had disclosed the existence of his now-defunct private art business earlier this year to the public broadcaster broadcaster.
Columnist says the firing of CBC host Evan Solomon, alleged to have used his contacts to profit from a lucrative art-dealing business, is a new blow to a public broadcaster that has already faced other staff controversies in recent months.
The build-out of the CBC/Radio-Canada Media Solutions Group continues with the appointment of digital veteran Robyn Sullivan as director of digital revenue optimization and innovation.
The rise and fall of Evan Solomon: How the career of CBC’s golden boy came undone in less than 24 hours by Cassandra Szklarski
Columnist says CBC severed ties with Solomon barely an hour after the Toronto Star alleged the 47-year-old took advantage of his position to broker lucrative art deals between a friend and wealthy interview subjects.
CBC host Evan Solomon fired after Star investigation finds he took secret cut of art deals by Kevin Donovan
Columnist says the former CBC journalist facilitated sales of art to wealthy Canadians he dealt with in his job — including one buyer who had no idea Solomon was collecting a commission.
Columnist says former CBC host Evan Solomon has become the latest in a long list of journalists who think they don’t have to behave by the rules.
CTV, Global and Rogers have no new Canadian shows this fall and CTV has announced that they are cancelling "Degrassi: The Next Generation" after 14 seasons.
Columnist says five-and-a-half years after employees bought the station from Canwest, CHEK is still chugging along, with more local programming, less funding and no major media conglomerate with other sources of revenue to fall back on.