The television landscape has changed dramatically over the past decade, and Canada’s television regulator announced major changes Thursday to keep up with the times.
Who would have thought in 2005 — the year YouTube launched on Valentine’s Day — that a decade later so many Canucks would consume their entertainment online that it would upend the entire system? 1,315 more words
David Wins Against Goliath: CRTC Bolsters "Net Neutrality", Limits "Zero-Rating" & Strengthens Local TV
Today’s trilogy of CRTC decisions on “network neutrality”, local TV and simultaneous substitution are a huge win for Canadian citizens. They reinforce Canada’s network neutrality regime while backstopping local, over-the-air TV as a viable alternative to cable and satellite and as an important source of news and information. 2,007 more words
Frequent readers of this blog will know that I an no fan of the CRTC. But today, I will actually say that they’ve done something right. 357 more words