Articles Tagged ‘CRTC’



Will the CRTC regulate Shomi?

DigitalTelevision

Never mind Netflix: the Canadian video portal is likely to be thrust into the muddy waters of whether or not the commission should regulate over-the-top services.



Food Network Canada focuses on its faces

Television

The Shaw Media channel has put the final touches on a brand refresh with a new campaign coinciding with a free national preview for the channel.



CRTC proposes $30 basic cable, US Super Bowl ads

Television

The regulator laid the table for upcoming Let’s Talk TV hearings in September with potential policy shifts that stand to gore Canadian TV’s fattest sacred cows.



Let’s Talk TV: The kids biz

Features

Ahead of this fall’s CRTC hearings, a look at what a pick-and-pay world could mean for the broadcasters of kids content in Canada.



Let’s Talk TV: Simultaneous substitution

ResearchTelevision

Ahead of this fall’s CRTC hearings, a look at the issues and arguments for and against the longstanding policy of substituting Canadian ads into US programming.



Let’s Talk TV: Set-top box measurement

FeaturesTelevision

Should Canada have a standard measurement system that includes set-top box numbers? How the broadcasters feel ahead of this fall’s CRTC series.



Rogers earns group-based licence renewals from CRTC

Television

But the broadcaster must apply for a separate TV licence to air hockey games on the CBC on Saturday nights.



Rogers goes big with WWE deal

DigitalTelevision

A new 10-year deal between Rogers and WWE keeps wrestling on Sportsnet and aims to bring the WWE Network to Canadian television subscribers.



Who’s up when: Let’s Talk TV

DigitalFeaturesResearchTelevision

What to expect from the big Canadian broadcasters and digital players this September, as well as when they’re presenting to the CRTC.



Telus to throw hat into the broadcast ring

Television

The telco has a greenlight from the CRTC to operate a pay-per-view channel across Canada.