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Daily News - Thursday, December 16, 2004
CRTC to allow competing foreign TV channels
OTTAWA-GATINEAU - The CRTC today announced what it calls "a new approach to assessing requests for the delivery of foreign third-language television c... [Full Story]
Daily News - Tuesday, December 14, 2004
Conventional broadcasting revenues up 10% - CRTC
OTTAWA-GATINEAU, - The CRTC reports that revenues of conventional private TV stations increased by over 10% in 2003, to $2.1 billion. While pay, pay-p... [Full Story]
Daily News - Wednesday, December 01, 2004
CRTC approves Jewish TV channel
OTTAWA - The CRTC has approved a television channel that will broadcast Jewish programming around the clock. JTV, (Jewish Television) � is &q...; [Full Story]
Daily News - Monday, November 29, 2004
More ad time promised to stations that air Canadian drama
OTTAWA - The CRTC has long used a stick approach to boost Canadian TV programming, forcing broadcasters to produce minimum amounts, but yesterday, the... [Full Story]
Daily News - Monday, November 29, 2004
Heritage minister committed to CTF funding
OTTAWA - The CRTC's announcement of rewards for airing English-language Canadian drama wasn't the only good news coming out of the nation's capital on... [Full Story]
Daily News - Thursday, November 18, 2004
Fox News heading north
OTTAWA, - The controversial Fox News network will be allowed on Canadian digital television next year, the CRTC has ruled. The CRTC today app... [Full Story]
Daily News - Friday, November 12, 2004
Remove HD channels, says CAB
OTTAWA - Saying Star Choice is in breach of Broadcast Distribution Regulations, the Canadian Association of Broadcasters is calling for the removal of... [Full Story]
Daily News - Friday, November 12, 2004
Television must play key role in public attitudes on diversity says CAB study
A SOLID CONSENSUS IS GROWING around the major role that television must play in better reflecting the Canadian mosaic. What viewers of all... [Full Story]
Daily News - Friday, November 12, 2004
Groups welcome CAB disability action plan for television
OTTAWA - Advocacy groups are praising an action plan to improve representation and portrayal of Canadians with disabilities by the country's televisio... [Full Story]
Daily News - Tuesday, November 09, 2004
CAB wants time-shift deal revisited; millions at stake
OTTAWA - The Canadian Association of Broadcasters is using a skirmish with Rogers Cable as a springboard to get the CRTC to revisit a two-year-old dec... [Full Story]
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