correspondence dated 12 July 2012, with respect
to applications by the CBC to renew its broadcasting licences as per
Broadcasting Notice of Consultation 2011-379-2 and the Commission's letter to
the CBC dated 18 May 2012.
Dear Mr Morrison:
This is to advise you that the
public process relating to the above-noted applications has not yet been re-opened.
Unfortunately, the correspondence from Friends of Canadian Broadcasting cannot
be considered an official intervention because it was received prior to the
re-opening of the public process. This correspondence will therefore not be
added to the public record of this proceeding.
Should you wish to file an
intervention, please wait for an announcement from the Commission that the
intervention period has re-opened. In light of the above, please note that the
16 July 2012 response from the CBC will also not be added to the public record
of this proceeding.
(original signed by Annie Laflamme for)
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Jul 12, 2012 — Policy Brief: Applications by the CBC to renew broadcasting licences for radio, television, and specialty television as per Broadcasting Notice of Consultation CRTC 2011-379-2
FRIENDS recommends that as part of the CBC licence renewal process, the CRTC carefully examine the importance of hockey rights to the overall CBC English Television commercial revenue model.
Jul 16, 2012 - Letter: Applications by CBC/Radio-Canada to renew broadcasting licences for radio, television, specialty television, and Friends of Canadian Broadcasting Letter of July 12, 2012
CBC responds to FRIENDS' recommendation that the CRTC carefully examine the importance of hockey rights to the overall CBC English Television commercial revenue model.
Apr 12, 2012 — Policy Brief: Re: Advertising on CBC Radio 2 & Espace Musique
FRIENDS encourages the CRTC to reject a CBC proposal to place ads on Radio 2 & Espace Musique and instead proceed with the long-delayed review of the overall licensing of the Corporation's networks and services.