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The Financial Post reports that CRTC chairman Jean-Pierre Blais is surprised Canada has not placed a sales tax on foreign video streaming services like Netflix, a move the Liberal government seems to be inching toward despite previous promises not to do so
Remarks by FRIENDS' spokesperson, Ian Morrison, for the pre-budget consultation of House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance.
'Our society needs journalists': Reckoning with the future of news in the wake of latest Postmedia losses by David Gray
Mount Royal University professor says news media's role 'now more important than ever' in Canada.
Columnist says Newspapers Canada would have you believe that their aggressive bid for more government subsidies is about funding journalism, but the facts suggest that the newspapers’ executives are just looking for a new source of revenue to keep their investors rich and happy as they kill jobs.
For years, the standard view in the newspaper industry has been that print newspapers will eventually evolve into online editions and reconvene the mass audience newspapers enjoy there - but that’s not what’s happening.
Nielsenmakes good on a promise to begin including Facebook info, which turned the once-titled Nielsen Twitter TV Ratings into Nielsen’s Social Content Ratings.
Some unblocking companies that help customers hop Netflix borders are in retreat.
Columnist says that viewers may not unanimously love his quirks as a broadcaster but there is no denying Ron MacLean's affection for the sport, something Canadians demand from the host of their favourite hockey broadcast.
Columnist says the Trudeau government’s $1.5-billion commitment to culture in Canada may not be so wonderful without critics to offer critical discourse.
Stingray Extends Long-Term Distribution Agreement With Shaw Communications, Adds Four Specialty Music Video Tv Channels
Shaw adds Stingray Retro, Stingray Vibe, Stingray Loud, and Stingray Juicebox to its channel line-up.
Columnist explores whether public money is squeezing out independent journalism.
Columnist says media critics should stop letting their colleagues off the hook in explaining what's happening to us.
Some have suggest the prevalence of potentially believable spoofs could undermine political discourse or faith in the media, though in most cases the confusion is temporary and leads only to short-lived embarrassment.
Beginning in January 2017, Maclean's weekly issue will move to a digital-only format available via tablet, phone or Texture subscription.
An upstart television provider’s attempt to break some live TV channels away from the cable box and into the world of online streaming is going to court as Bell Media protests the new service’s legality.
Columnist says if journalists were more candid with their audience about their challenges in gathering and providing information, they wouldn’t lose trust but restore it.
The Time Warner unit will shutter its three linear channels, as well as HBO Go in the Netherlands, but 'Game of Thrones' will still be available to Dutch fans.
Canadian media ‘crisis’ puts democracy at risk, says Torstar chair John Honderich by Bruce Campion-Smith
Torstar chair tells MPs that Canadian media are facing a “crisis” as market forces shrink newsrooms, leaving fewer journalists to report the news vital to a vibrant democracy.
Netflix is on track to double its original programming output as it has done in recent years and is adding new genres, especially unscripted programming, such as competition shows.