BBC.com has drawn a record-breaking Canadian audience of 3.9 million unique users in March, the BBC said this month.
MTS announces more business contracts
Electronics retailers report high demand for DTV antennas
Opinion: The ‘scourge’ of Netflix and the Cancon cabal to the rescue
Functional separation in Canada? It’s complicated: Report
A new report by a leading Canadian communications scholar says that functional separation wouldn’t shake up the Canadian broadband market the way it has in other jurisdictions, where it’s left more room for independent ISPs to compete.
Clement talks digital issues, says functional separation ‘completely unrealistic’
Conservative candidate and Industry Minister Tony Clement calls the Liberal party “completely unrealistic” for its support of functional separation, a regulatory approach that attempts to encourage competition by requiring incumbent telcos to divide their wholesale and retail services.
CRTC approves new FM radio station
The CRTC approved on Thursday Haliburton Broadcasting Group Inc.’s application to operate an English-language commercial FM radio station in Kemptville, Ont.
CRTC approves foreign services for distribution
The CRTC approved on Thursday Soundview Entertainment Inc.’s request to add six non-Canadian channels to the list of eligible services for digital distribution in Canada.
N.S. close to 100 per cent broadband coverage
Groups push arts as election issue
A group of more than 70 arts and cultural organizations from across the country have drafted a common electoral platform calling for increased arts funding, artist-friendly tax measures and rules requiring Internet and wireless service providers to contribute to Canadian culture.