As part of its advocacy work, FRIENDS of Canadian Broadcasting frequently makes submissions and presentations to the CRTC, Parliamentary Committees, and other bodies.
FRIENDS supports comments and recommendations by SOCAN regarding applications by satellite and subscription radio licensees to amend their conditions of licence.
FRIENDS tells Finance Committee pre-budget consultations that the Committee should focus on two broadcasting issues: increasing the size and stability of CBC's parliamentary grant, and ensuring increased resources are deployed at the grassroots level in communities across the country, rather than in Montreal and Toronto operations.
FRIENDS opposes application by mobile telephone broadcasting services for exemption from Canadian content requirements and other broadcasting regulation.
FRIENDS and fourteen other organizations ask Cabinet to overturn CRTC decisions granting applications by Canadian Satellite Radio and Sirius Canada for broadcasting licences to carry on satellite radio undertakings in Canada.
FRIENDS opposes CanWest Global's application to amend the licence of its Montreal ethnic broadcasting undertaking, CJNT, to reduce its ethnic broadcasting obligations.
FRIENDS of Canadian Broadcasting has given Heritage Minister Liza Frulla a suggested Memorandum to Cabinet designed to implement in public policy the principal recommendations of the Lincoln Report (Our Cultural Sovereignty).
FRIENDS supports the renewal of Knowledge Network's licence, but says the CRTC should question why the Open Learning Agency has sought a three year licence when the standard is seven years.