To raise the public profile of its issue set and advance its work, FRIENDS of Canadian Broadcasting frequently writes letters to print media editors, elected officials, broadcasting personalities, and the CRTC.
Jul 23, 2013 — Letter: Correspondence from the Clerk of the Privy Council and Secretary to the Cabinet
Correspondence from the Clerk of the Privy Council and Secretary to the Cabinet acknowledging FRIENDS' petition that the Governor in Council refer the portion of the CRTC's recent licensing decision of CBC/SRC relating to advertising on Radio 2/Espace Musique back to the CRTC for reconsideration and hearing.
Response from the CRTC to FRIENDS' recommendation that the commission examine the importance of hockey rights to the overall CBC English Television commercial revenue model.
Apr 30, 2012 — Letter: People’s Pick for CBC Chair
Letter to Prime Minister Stephen Harper with the results of the People's Pick for CBC Chair, an online vote sponsored by FRIENDS to underscore the need to end the practice of appointing CBC’s leadership through political patronage.
Jun 20, 2011 — Letter: Letter to the Chairman of the CRTC, Konrad von Finckenstein regarding CBC licence renewals
FRIENDS urges the commission to extend the July 18 deadline for comments from Canadians regarding the licence renewals of the CBC’s various services.
Apr 4, 2011 — Letter: Letter to the General Manager & Editor in Chief of CBC News Re 2011 Leaders debates
In view of the comments of CBC's Ombudsman, FRIENDS urges the General Manager & Editor in Chief of CBC News to reconsider the decision to exclude the Green Party from the 2011 Leaders debates.
FRIENDS response to Head of Media Relations for CBC English Service's letter on CBC ratings.
Documents filed to the Federal Court of Appeal regarding the CRTC's power to implement a negotiated signal compensation regime.
Decision of the Federal Court approving the application of ACTRA, CEP and Friends of Canadian Broadcasting to intervene in proceedings between Public Mobile and the Attorney General of Canada, Globalive Wireless Management Corp., Bell Canada, Rogers Communications Inc., Shaw Communications Inc. and Telus Communications Company.