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Maxime Bernier tells a Calgary audience that he wants to turn CBC into a subscription service.
Copyright and Content Distributed on Video-sharing Platforms: Where Is Canada At? by Vincent Bergeron
In light of new digital copyright laws passed in Europe, commentators look at the current situation in Canada.
Call for public comment on issues such as contract clarity, bill shock and barriers to switching service providers — but prices, competition, privacy and more will not be addressed
Media professor says that while far more Americans get their news from broadcast networks and local stations than from cable news, Trump’s devotion to cable has elevated the political importance of those networks.
Pew Research study looks at how YouTube recommends videos.
Netflix has overtaken live TV as the platform where TV viewers watch their favorite show, according to Hub Research’s 2018 “Conquering Content” study.
Agreement to take action against companies such as Facebook and Google runs into opposition.
In a TV report for the third quarter, older TV viewers gave the greatest “attention” to TV programs and commercials -- and in particular, older women viewers.
None of the Quebec-based production companies or unions representing actors, directors or writers contacted by The Canadian Press said they have heard of any French-language movie or television series in development by Netflix in the province.
The woman in charge of CBC’s English-language TV, radio, and online services is leaving the public broadcaster.
Columnist says that in a time where race has emerged as a central theme in politics, the media has a problem with representation
More than a million people worldwide have contributed to the Guardian in the last three years, with 500,000 paying to support the publication on an ongoing basis, according to Guardian News and Media’s editor-in-chief, Katharine Viner.
Ojibwe film programmer Jesse Wente is the first director of the newly created Indigenous Screen Office, an initiative launched last year by funding agencies, producers and broadcasters.
Some governments are pushing back against Google’s powerful political influence — but not ours by Richard C. Owens
Law professor says that Google aggressively deploys its vast wealth to make sure that creators get a raw deal.
Columnist says that Canada's Conservative Party wants to tap into a recent mood of resentment toward elites, which, in most Western countries has been more successfully harnessed by parties of the right than the left.
UK mathematician Hannah Fry on the promise and danger of an AI world.
'It's not a tax': CRTC chair defends proposal for internet providers to contribute to Canadian content by Emily Jackson
CRTC proposal that broadcasters pay less and broadband providers pay 1% of revenue the subject of much debate.
The U.K has announced its plans for a new 2% tax on local revenue generated by large tech firms like Google, Facebook, and Amazon - making it the largest global economy to aim a federal tax directly at U.S. tech giants.
Statement by CRTC Chair Ian Scott to the Senate Standing Committee on Transport and Communications on the modernization of Canadian communications legislation.
CBC president says that "we cannot have a healthy democracy without trust. And trust is in trouble."
Torstar Corp. lost $18.8 million in its third quarter, as the newspaper and digital publisher experienced a 13 per cent decline in revenue led by weaker print advertising.
CBC's president says that global digital giants should be legally required to contribute to Canadian culture and be held to the same standards of accuracy as traditional media.
The head of the CBC is telling private-market competitors to back off on attacks against the public broadcaster, saying media need to collaborate on news to undercut the rise of misinformation.
The UK government has called on digital platforms including Facebook and Amazon to “pay their fair share” with a 2% revenue tax.
What do Canadians want from their news? by Peter Loewen, Andrew Potter, Benjamin Allen Stevens, Taylor Owen
New report shows that across the political spectrum there is widespread trust in Canadian mainstream news outlets such as the CBC, the Globe and Mail, the Toronto Star and the National Post.
With an election a little less than a year away, the Conservatives are revving up the anti-media rhetoric.
Columnist says that Canada's "broadcast media have always been mostly Tory" and that Andrew Scheer's plan to run against the media in next year’s election is inspired by Donald Trump.
The reporter provides an update on the media crisis and how it is ravaging local weekly newspapers in Quebec. Through the voice of different players, she highlights the rôle of local media in communities and identifies different aspects of the crisis.
Columnist says that "part of the Post’s culture owed to our proprietor, who gave what were essentially a bunch of kids the freedom to create, to take chances, to mess up."
Columnist asks if the Conservative leader really believes that the way to energize his base is to "attack and demonize the media?"