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In a study issued last month, Ken Goldstein, founder of Communications Management Inc., said the twin disappearances of newspapers and local TV will have “obvious” implications for Canadians’ ability to get local news.
Columnist says that while cuts to the CBC predate the Conservative government's tenure, it wasn’t until then that Canadians saw it done with such glee.
The CRTC announced Thursday that CHEX-TV in Peterborough, Channel 12 in Oshawa and CKWS-TV in Kingston would be ending their affiliation with CBC and entering into a “program supply agreement” with CTV beginning Aug. 31.
Columnist says that without the CBC, English language Canadian broadcasting would be little more than a branch plant of the American media industry.
Award-winning writer says it would be ‘bad capitalism’ to diminish the public broadcaster and claims debate has been poisoned by newspaper industry.
General Rick Hillier takes issue with latest FRIENDS television ad and says the CBC should "earn their own way as other networks are required to."
FRIENDS says that over the past year the group has had one priority in mind — to hold the prime minister and his party to account for the damage he’s done to the CBC.
Friends of Canadian Broadcasting takes aim at Harper Conservatives with pro-CBC campaign by Miranda Nelson
FRIENDS is currently airing advertisements critical of the Harper government's treatment of the public broadcaster.
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation is facing a lawsuit in the United States over the alleged use of a YouTube video without the owner's permission.
The CBC is refusing to air TV ads intended to hold the Harper government accountable for the damage it has done to the national public broadcaster.
According to Finance Canada, Canadian Netflix subscribers are technically required to voluntarily hand over the sales tax even if they don't see it on their statements.
This ad will run 445 times during the next 20 days – in English on BNN, CTV News Channel, HGTV, Sportsnet and Sportsnet 1; and in French on Canal Vie.
FRIENDS arguesthe Conservatives are systematically dismantling one of the institutions that keeps Canada together.
His worship Mayor Dennis O’Keefe joins hands with Victoria Mayor Lisa Helps in support of the CBC on the occasion of the placing of the 800th We Vote CBC! campaign lawn sign in Victoria.
FRIENDS and other advocates of public broadcasting are lobbying to save it from cutbacks.
Mark Starowicz says he sees no contradiction between the notion of a high-quality public broadcaster and populism.
The We Vote CBC! campaign in Victoria will mark the placing of the 800th lawn sign in the city with a special event.
Saint John's Mayor Dennis O’Keefe will join hands with Victoria Mayor Lisa Helps in support of the CBC on the occasion of the placing of the 800thWe Vote CBC! campaign lawn sign in Victoria.
From CBC executive vice-president English services Heather Conway to staff.
Bill Chambers, Vice-President, Strategy and Public Affairs will be leaving the public broadcaster on August 31st.