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Take What You Learned in 2016 into the New Year

By Matt Cundill We have a strange relationship with January. There are those who welcome it with a three day hangover, those who enter it...

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An Interview With Julie Adam, Senior Vice President, Rogers Radio

On this week’s Broadcast Dialogue podcast, we chat with Julie Adam, Senior Vice President, Rogers Radio. Broadcast Dialogue has been required reading in the...

An Interview With Rob Farina, Senior Advisor, iHeartRadio Canada

On this week's Broadcast Dialogue Podcast - an interview with Rob Farina, senior advisor for the launch of iHeartRadio in Canada. Broadcast Dialogue has been...

TV / Film / Video News

Orphan Black leads this year’s Canadian Screen Awards nominations

TV/FILM/VIDEO: Orphan Black leads this year’s Canadian Screen Awards nominations. The Space sci-fi series, from Temple Street Productions, earned 14 nominations including best dramatic series,...

Shaw Communications Inc. has launched its cloud-based X1 platform BlueSky TV

 TV/FILM/VIDEO: Shaw Communications Inc. has launched its cloud-based X1 platform BlueSky TV, that it’s developed with and is licensing from Comcast Corp. Shaw is looking...

Online Channel News

Title Sports Live (TSL) has signed a 10-year contract with the...

ONLINE CHANNELS: Ontario-based livestreaming startup Title Sports Live (TSL) has signed a 10-year contract with the Ontario Curling Association. With its debut broadcast over the...

Lionsgate has also announced it’s investing in eSports franchise Immortals

ONLINE CHANNELS: Lionsgate has also announced it’s investing in eSports franchise Immortals, reflecting a continued focus on the potential of the eSports market. The Immortals...

News

Canadian Music Week and Friends of Steve Young will once again...

GENERAL: Canadian Music Week and Friends of Steve Young will once again salute Steve with the Allan Waters Young Broadcaster of the Year Award in...

The CRTC’s fall survey on wireless issues indicates Canadians are complaining...

 GENERAL: The CRTC’s fall survey on wireless issues indicates Canadians are complaining less about their wireless services, but bill shock remains an issue for one-in-five...

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