Canadians interact with their telecommunications service providers on a regular basis. It is essential that these exchanges are carried out in a fair and respectful way.
The CRTC’s Chief Compliance and Enforcement Officer has issued Notices of Violation to Datablocks and Sunlight Media for allegedly aiding in the installation of malicious computer programs (also known as malware) through the distribution of online advertising. The companies are required to pay $... Read More
At this hearing, we will examine the licence renewal applications of four radio stations. These stations are in potentially serious situations of non-compliance and, in certain cases, in persistent arrears with regard to the Radio Regulations, 1986, concerning certain licence conditions or... Read More
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.