• Spence Macdonald swaps Heart for Wireless Group

    Spence Macdonald has left Communicorp to host networked lates for the Wireless Group.

  • CRTC approves Sirius XM Canada Inc. transaction - Would result in investments of $29 million in Canadian music ... - Canada NewsWire (press release)

    CRTC approves Sirius XM Canada Inc. transaction – Would result in investments of $29 million in Canadian music …Canada NewsWire (press release)OTTAWA and GATINEAU, QC, April 26, 2017 /CNW/ – The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) today ensured that a transaction involving Sirius XM Canada will benefit Canadians…[Read more]

  • Softwood lumber deal possible, but 'not there yet,' says Freeland - Radio Canada International

    Northwest Public RadioSoftwood lumber deal possible, but 'not there yet,' says FreelandRadio Canada InternationalForeign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says she is optimistic a new “win-win” softwood lumber deal can reached in the festering trade dispute between Canada and the United States that threatens to poison the relationship between the…[Read more]

  • Lumber wars: Duties and penalties as tactics - Radio Canada International

    Northwest Public RadioLumber wars: Duties and penalties as tacticsRadio Canada InternationalLate Monday, the United States announced it would impose immediate countervailing duties on Canadian softwood lumber imports of up to 24 percent. It also said the duties were retroactive to imports of 90 days previously. Additionally a…[Read more]

  • Canadian soldier killed in training accident, 3 others injured - Radio Canada International

    Radio Canada InternationalCanadian soldier killed in training accident, 3 others injuredRadio Canada InternationalA Canadian soldier was killed and three others injured in a training accident at Canadian Forces Base Wainwright in eastern Alberta Tuesday. Sgt. Robert “Bobby” J. Dynerowicz, from the Royal Canadian Dragoons, based at CFB Petawawa in…[Read more]

  • Canadian soldier killed in training accident, 3 others injured - Radio Canada International

    Radio Canada InternationalCanadian soldier killed in training accident, 3 others injuredRadio Canada InternationalA Canadian soldier was killed and three others injured in a training accident at Canadian Forces Base Wainwright in eastern Alberta Tuesday. Sgt. Robert “Bobby” J. Dynerowicz, from the Royal Canadian Dragoons, based at CFB Petawawa in…[Read more]

  • First speakers announced for Radio Festival 2017

    Chris Tarrant, Greg James and Nicholas Parsons are the first speakers to be announced for this year’s Radio Festival.

  • Celebrating High School Radio Day

    Happy High School Radio Day! Today marks the 6th Annual High School Radio Day and as I write this, 83 high school radio stations from 31 states plan to participate. I’m heartened that high school radio is going strong and hope that in 2017, I’ll be able to visit more high school radio stations. You […]
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  • The Rolling Stones win at the Jazz FM Awards

    Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts were present at the Jazz FM Awards yesterday as the Rolling Stones collected two awards.

  • Fix Radio launched by world’s richest plumber

    Fix Radio, the new London DAB station aimed at tradespeople, has been launched by Charlie Mullins, the world’s richest plumber.

  • Is Your Station Guilty Of “Attention Theft?”

    One of the worst mistakes a media brand can make is to commit “attention theft” – taking up the audience’s time for nothing in return. Guest blogger Mike Stern talks about how radio stations often fall into these traps.

  • Awards reveal Halifax's new pop chops: 'We have a really important conjunction' - The Guardian

    Awards reveal Halifax's new pop chops: 'We have a really important conjunction'The GuardianMae's self-titled 2016 record features “Clothes Off,” which became a smash hit on the Canadian radio charts and grabbed a Juno nomination for single of the year – a category based on sales – alongside songs by Bieber, Drake and the Weeknd.

  • Net neutrality isn't a substitute for a cultural policy - The Globe and Mail

    The Globe and MailNet neutrality isn't a substitute for a cultural policyThe Globe and Mailbased juggernaut some extra tolls for accessing Canadians on their wires and radio waves. This kind of “peering” deal is precisely the kind of thing that Donald Trump's FCC thinks should be allowable, and is the kind of deal Netflix has struck with and mor…[Read more]

  • Steve Penk pulls Forever FM after objection

    Forever FM hasn’t quite managed to live up to its name – it has closed down within a few days of opening.

  • Radio Station Visit #134 – College Radio Station WHIP at Temple University

    On a Friday evening in October, I traveled to Temple University in Philadelphia to see college radio station WHIP (pronounced W-H-I-P). As I approached its TECH Center building home, buses in the area were idling nearby, collecting passengers for a Temple football game that night. When I arrived at the station, WHIP’s General Manager Ed…[Read more]

  • Rogers to launch all-sports radio station in Vancouver - NEWS 1130 - News1130

    News1130Rogers to launch all-sports radio station in Vancouver – NEWS 1130News1130Rogers Media — the parent of NEWS 1130 — has purchased radio station CISL 650 with the intent to launch an all-sports radio station in the Metro Vancouver …Rogers Sportsnet to launch all-sports radio station in Vancouver …MetroNews CanadaSportsnet launching…[Read more]

  • Rogers to launch all-sports radio station in Vancouver - NEWS 1130 - News1130

    News1130Rogers to launch all-sports radio station in Vancouver – NEWS 1130News1130Rogers Media — the parent of NEWS 1130 — has purchased radio station CISL 650 with the intent to launch an all-sports radio station in the Metro Vancouver …Rogers Sportsnet to launch all-sports radio station in Vancouver …MetroNews CanadaSportsnet launching…[Read more]

  • Rogers to launch all-sports radio station in Vancouver - NEWS 1130 - News1130

    News1130Rogers to launch all-sports radio station in Vancouver – NEWS 1130News1130Rogers Media — the parent of NEWS 1130 — has purchased radio station CISL 650 with the intent to launch an all-sports radio station in the Metro Vancouver …Rogers Sportsnet to launch all-sports radio station in Vancouver …MetroNews CanadaSportsnet launching…[Read more]

  • Rogers to launch all-sports radio station in Vancouver - News1130

    News1130Rogers to launch all-sports radio station in VancouverNews1130Rogers Media will acquire the Vancouver AM station CISL from Newcap Inc. (a wholly-owned subsidiary of Newfoundland Capital Corporation Limited), subject to approval from the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), …Rogers Sportsnet to launch…[Read more]

  • Magic Radio launches Love That Song campaign

    A new television commercial is at the centre of the latest marketing campaign from Bauer to promote Magic Radio.

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