The formal review of BBC One, Two, Three and Four will also be open to input from the British public.
Nov 8, 2013 — News Article: Turning the Tablo on TV broadcasters: Canadian company looks to change who we watch TV by Vito Pilieci
Nuvyyo quietly launched a campaign on crowdfunding website Indiegogo Friday, with the intention of raising $50,000 and getting a few of its new Tablo devices into the hands of average consumers.
Nov 8, 2013 — News Article: Ford scandal an improbable case study in how the media might find their way back by Simon Houpt
Columnist says the crisis affecting Mr. Ford’s administration, and the way it was covered, is beginning to look like an improbable case study in how the media might find their way back.
Roger Mosey suggests in an editorial in Rupert Murdoch's "Times" of London that the U.K. public broadcaster should share the license fee it gets from taxpayers with rivals.
Nov 7, 2013 — News Article: BBC Worldwide Dealmaking Criticized Over Lonely Planet Acquisition by Stuart Kemp
Columnist says a report by the public broadcaster's governing body says mistakes were made and criticized a lack of scrutiny of the travel guide's financial performance.
Columnist says the move comes hours after a court reversed the decision to fire 1,000 employees, forcing debt-strapped officials to resume paying their salaries.
Nov 4, 2013 — Blog Post: Candidate Forum Cancelled
The Toronto Centre by-election candidate meeting on public broadcasting and cultural sovereignty scheduled for Nov 14 has been cancelled.
Nov 3, 2013 — News Article: The BBC says its veteran TV and radio presenter Paul Gambaccini has been arrested on suspicion of sexual offences.
Columnist says the investigation was triggered by the abuse scandal surrounding late BBC broadcaster Jimmy Savile.
Nov 1, 2013 — News Article: Conservative Party Convention - The CSN condemns the premeditated annihilation of the CBC/Radio-Canada
The Confédération des syndicats nationaux (CSN) says it condemns a series of resolutions tabled at the Conservative Party convention that focus on the eradication of the sole Canadian public broadcaster.
Oct 31, 2013 — News Article: No love - or money - for the CBC
Columnist says there is great value in having a strong public broadcaster in such a diverse and vast country, but the 2012 federal budget took a sharp knife to CBC’s budget, cutting it by more than 10 per cent.
Columnist says FRIENDS' allegations that the Conservative Government is attempting to turn the CBC into a state broadcaster border on the insane.
Oct 28, 2013 — News Article: BBC Could Lose Exclusive Right to Taxpayer Funding, Conservative Politician Warns by George Szalai
The chairman of Britain's ruling Conservative Party has called on the BBC to ensure dramatic changes in the wake of a series of scandals or risk losing its exclusive right to get an annual license fee from taxpayers.
Phone-hacking allegations during the summer of 2011 sent shock waves across Rupert Murdoch's media empire.
The U.K. public service broadcaster continues to see increased mobile viewing, with a record 70 million video requests recorded in September.
Oct 24, 2013 — News Article: CBC strives for deeper connection with Canadians; hopes it won't have to go to "Plan B" without NHL by Greg O'Brien
CBC CEO Hubert Lacroix says the public broadcaster is now “more present in the regions, more connected with our audiences” than at any point in its history.
Oct 23, 2013 — News Article: CBC president Lacroix defends decision to hire Heather Conway by Simon Houpt
The president of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation defended his decision on Wednesday to hire Heather Conway, an executive at the Art Gallery of Ontario who has never worked in either radio or television programming, to head up the public broadcaster’s English-language services.
After a year of scandals, the new BBC boss and the head of its governing body answers questions about executive salaries, severance payments and bullying.
The Culture, Media and Sport committee will analyze BBC funding, plans and the public broadcaster's Royal Charter, before the current one expires in December of 2016.
Oct 22, 2013 — Fact Sheet: Conservative Broadcasting Corporation
Nine of twelve people appointed by Prime Minister Harper to the CBC's Board of Directors are or have been financial contributors to the Conservative Party of Canada.
Oct 16, 2013 — News Article: Tony Hall's speech didn't answer any of the real questions by Lis Howell
With fewer people watching TV on traditional sets and so paying the license fee, where will BBC money come from?