Articles Tagged ‘CRTC’



CRTC backs down in regulatory tussle with Netflix and Google

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After Netflix and Google refused to provide the CRTC with business data, the regulator will write the US video portals out of the Let’s Talk TV proceedings.



Set-top box measurement is good for business: blog

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Media Experts’ Ian MacLean says Canadian media cos will fall behind if a local update to TV metrics doesn’t come soon.



Canadian internet use spikes: CRTC

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According to new numbers released from the regulator, Canadians used an average of 58% more gigabytes per month in 2013 than the previous year.



Netflix offers sneak peek at business in standoff with CRTC

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It’s no tell-all, but Netflix provides partial answers to certain regulatory orders in a Sept. 22 letter. (Netflix’s Corie Wright pictured)



Graph: Who landed where on the hot topics of Let’s Talk

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A look at where the major players fall on the big issues to come out of the Let’s Talk TV hearing.



Advertisers take a stand for sim sub at Let’s Talk

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Representatives from the ACA and CMDC said removing the policy would result in substantial revenue being diverted to other platforms.



CRTC clashes with stonewalling Netflix at Let’s Talk TV hearing

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Regulatory chair Jean-Pierre Blais repeatedly ordered the US video streaming giant to confidentially provide key business data on its Canadian operations.



Stingray Digital cries foul on CRTC’s proposed skinny basic

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Company head Eric Boyko told the regulator during Thursday’s Let’s Talk TV hearing that its Galaxy audio service could sink if the new proposed package goes through.



Groupe V Media completes takeover of music channels

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New Quebec financial partners have boarded the media company as it completes its acquisition of MusiquePlus and MusiMax.



Include children’s programming in basic, DHX tells CRTC

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The new operator of Family, Disney XD and Disney Junior argued that not including the channels in a skinny basic option would diminish the quality of Canadian children’s content.