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Feb 8, 2012
James Moore, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages, takes exception to a story on CBC Radio about a play that has the artistic community buzzing about a political chill.
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Columnist examines how journalist independence is impacted when networks need to please their sponsors.
Columnist says targeting the Internet video service is just part of a strategy to push for regulation.
Conservative MP James Moore says that he isn't launching a campaign for the Conservative Party leadership.
Columnists say that the Telus-Mobilicity takeover announcement is a powerful signal that the current government’s wireless strategy is on life support.
Sun News Network says Duffy plays no role whatsoever in its ongoing efforts to become a mandatory part of Canadian cable packages.
Columnist says that as Sun News is asking the CRTC to grant it “must carry” status, former CTV reporter Marc Patrone has moved to the network, shortly after finishing a five-year stint as a CRTC commissioner.
Columnist says the two channels have gone on shopping sprees and carved up the sports landscape, but the battle is still going on.
Senator Mike Duffy is alleged to have asked a Conservative insider to urge the CRTC to grant Sun TV News mandatory carriage.
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