Today, I have a similar impression of the WAB: a venerable organization that has the potential to remain as vital as those mountaineers. WAB has a proud tradition as one of the first associations of broadcasters in the world. Can you imagine?
The CRTC today published a digital report on the future of programming in Canada. The report proposes to the government new tools and regulatory approaches to support the production and promotion of audio and video content made by and for Canadians.
We are meeting during particularly challenging times—perhaps more so than at any other period in the history of broadcasting.
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) today announced that the Voter Contact Registry is now accepting registrations for the June 18, 2018, federal by-election in the riding of Chicoutimi-Le Fjord, QC. The registry will be open until June 20, 2018, 48 hours... Read More
Today, test alerts will be sent to compatible LTE (long-term evolution)-connected mobile devices in eight provinces and two territories. These test alerts will also be distributed on television and radio in the following provinces and territories.
On May 7, test alerts will be sent to compatible LTE (long-term evolution)-connected mobile devices in Quebec and Ontario. These test alerts will also be distributed on television and radio in those provinces.