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Canada's media industry is lining up behind an effort to institute mandatory blocking of websites accused of piracy.
Giant American companies such as Google, Facebook, YouTube and many others are sucking the lifeblood out of Canada’s media economy – threatening the very future of our local TV, newspapers and radio stations – even hurting the CBC. A loophole in Canada’s tax system is actually making this happen.
The Government of Canada is currently seeking applications from diverse and talented Canadians from across the country who are interested in applying for the position of President of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
Columnist says it's time we demand more diversity from one of our oldest, most storied institutions.
Columnist sayspublic broadcasters are creaky vessels, battered by decades of cutbacks and challenges, but they’re still one of our best tools for protecting democracy and building healthy societies.
An exploration of public media 50 years after the passage of the public broadcasting act.
Columnist says public broadcasters exist to provide a space for information and entertainment that's free of influence from vested interests.
Seven Directors have donated to the Conservatives, one Director has donated to the Liberals, one Director has donated to the Liberals, NDP and BQ, and four Directors have not donated to a political party.
Columnist says Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto’s administration has spent hundreds of millions of dollars a year in government money on advertising, creating what many Mexican media owners, executives and journalists call a presidential branding juggernaut capable of suppressing investigative articles, directing front pages and intimidating newsrooms that challenge it.
FRIENDS' Spokesperson, Ian Morrison, discusses the recent “Hockey Night in Canada” deal between the CBC and Rogers
CBC responds to access request for CBC Comedy numbers with 400 mostly blank pages by Vanessa Hrvatin
Lawyer seeking information regarding the number of visitors to CBC Comedy says knowing this information is something that should be open to public disclosure.
Deal gives CBC rights to digitally stream HNIC games on various apps and websites for length of contract.
The Honourable Mélanie Joly, Minister of Canadian Heritage, announces the appointment of five directors to the CBC/Radio-Canada Board of Directors.
Creative groups want to get rid of different treatment for online content.
The public broadcaster has launched an over-the-top video service, allowing Canadians to live-stream 'Schitt's Creek' and other original series on digital devices.
Aboriginal Peoples Television Network and the Canadian Association of Journalists are pleased to announce a new award to recognize exemplary journalism that educates and informs Canadians about Indigenous experiences.
FRIENDS spokesperson says that as alarm bells ring across the country about the troubled state of Canadian media and local news, policy-makers have overlooked a surprisingly obvious and accessible fix.
In a submission to the CRTC, FRIENDS says that it is only fair that foreign internet media contribute to Canadian content.
U.K. public broadcaster BBC says it will merge BBC Studios and BBC Worldwide to form a single commercial operation that will be called BBC Studios.
Columnist says none of the on-air talent's strength is being used in the new version of CBC's The National.