Karine Moses has been named president of the Quebec division of BCE Inc.’s media subsidiary, the company announced Monday.
Rural spectrum for backhaul should be cheaper than urban: telecoms
Telecom companies are largely supportive of Innovation Canada’s efforts to update how it sets licence fees for point-to-point systems, though some are calling for that process to be sped up and others are arguing fees in rural areas should be lowered.
New rural development minister to tackle broadband availability
One-in-8 ‘cord jumping’ video services: MTM
Cogeco says it’s not worried about internet speed coverage
Cushioned between a subscriber base that on average doesn’t take gigabit download speeds and a future secure with the latitude to expand to at least 10 gigabit speeds, Cogeco Inc. executives said on Friday that they are comfortable delivering whatever speeds the market asks for going forward.
Corus sees TV ad rebound in Q1
Scott Bradley leaves Huawei
CBC calls for site-blocking provisions for ‘manipulated content’
CRTC asks Ottawa for single regulator on passive infrastructure
The CRTC is formally asking the federal government to make one regulatory body the ultimate decider on disputes over access to infrastructure like utility poles and water towers, expressing worries that overlapping jurisdictions and a “growing resistance” from communities who think certain installations are a blight could lead to delays in telecom build-outs.