• CBC's French service ditches 'Radio-Canada' for 'Ici' - Globe and Mail

    CBC.caCBC's French service ditches 'RadioCanada' for 'Ici'Globe and MailThe CBC is rebranding its French-language service in a move that will see two iconic words – “RadioCanada” – largely fade away from the country's media landscape. Instead of using the long-standing label as its main calling card, the CBC's many French-language RadioCanada…[Read more]

  • Radio-Canada brand makeover draws warning words from federal heritage ... - Globe and Mail

    RadioCanada brand makeover draws warning words from federal heritage Globe and MailA new branding exercise by the French-language CBC has Heritage Minister James Moore warning that Canadians won't tolerate any move away from a pan-Canadian identity. The federally funded broadcaster announced Wednesday that its RadioCanada 

  • French-language Radio-Canada renames all services 'ICI' - CBC.ca

    CBC.caFrench-language RadioCanada renames all services 'ICI'CBC.caThe French-language service of the CBC is rebranding its platforms with the name "ICI," which means "here" in French, but a spokesman for the broadcaster says the longtime name RadioCanada will not disappear. Marc Pichette, public relations director CBC admits to bungling…[Read more]

  • Radio-Canada rebranding draws criticism from heritage minister - CTV News

    RadioCanada rebranding draws criticism from heritage ministerCTV NewsOTTAWA — A new branding exercise by the French-language CBC has Heritage Minister James Moore warning that Canadians won't tolerate any move away from a pan-Canadian identity. The federally funded broadcaster announced Wednesday that its 

  • Radio-Canada brand makeover draws warning words from federal heritage ... - globalnews.ca

    RadioCanada brand makeover draws warning words from federal heritage globalnews.caThe federally funded broadcaster announced Wednesday that its RadioCanada name – a cross-generational staple for francophone Canadians from Cheticamp, N.S., to Maillardville in Coquitlam, B.C. – is being subsumed by the new handle “Ici,” or “here,” 

  • Radio-Canada brand makeover draws warning words from federal heritage ... - Calgary Herald

    Calgary HeraldRadioCanada brand makeover draws warning words from federal heritage Calgary HeraldOTTAWA – A new branding exercise by the French-language CBC has Heritage Minister James Moore warning that Canadians won't tolerate any move away from a pan-Canadian identity. The federally funded broadcaster announced Wednesday that its French…[Read more]

  • Radio-Canada brand makeover draws warning words from federal heritage ... - Ottawa Citizen

    Ottawa CitizenRadioCanada brand makeover draws warning words from federal heritage Ottawa CitizenA man walks towards the CBC/RadioCanada building in Montreal, Wednesday, April 4, 2012. The French-language CBC has announced plans to change its name. RadioCanada will lose the words, "radio," and, "Canada."Instead, the federally…[Read more]

  • French-language Radio-Canada renames all services 'ICI' - CBC.ca

    CBC.caFrench-language RadioCanada renames all services 'ICI'CBC.caThe French-language service of the CBC is rebranding its platforms with the name "ICI," which means "here" in French, but a spokesman for the broadcaster says the longtime name RadioCanada will not disappear. Marc Pichette, public relations director RadioCanada's rebranding to…[Read more]

  • French CBC announces new name: 'Radio' and 'Canada' are out - Yahoo! News Canada (blog)

    French CBC announces new name: 'Radio' and 'Canada' are outYahoo! News Canada (blog)"We want to remake RadioCanada because more than ever it must be a living space, an open organization, flexible and agile," said Louis Lalande, executive vice-president of French services. "(It'll be) just as creative as ever, but more innovative and French CBC…[Read more]

  • Radio-Canada brand makeover draws warning words from federal heritage ... - Winnipeg Free Press

    RadioCanada brand makeover draws warning words from federal heritage Winnipeg Free PressOTTAWA – A new branding exercise by the French-language CBC has Heritage Minister James Moore warning that Canadians won't tolerate any move away from a pan-Canadian identity. The federally funded broadcaster announced Wednesday that its 

  • CBC's French service ditches 'Radio-Canada' for 'Ici' - Globe and Mail

    CBC's French service ditches 'RadioCanada' for 'Ici'Globe and MailThe CBC is rebranding its French-language service in a move that will see two iconic words – “RadioCanada” – largely fade away from the country's media landscape. Instead of using the long-standing label as its main calling card, the CBC's many 

  • Recent Posts From This Author - Vancouver Sun (blog)

    Telecoms.comRecent Posts From This AuthorVancouver Sun (blog)Tuesday's announcement was the second shakeup for the Canadian wireless sector in as many days, following on the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission's new wireless code of conduct issued Monday. Already some carriers Canada Conservatives Knock Phone Companies…[Read more]

  • LBC celebrates raising £100k for charity

    Global Radio’s LBC 97.3 has raised £100,246 for the charity Help for Heroes after a week of special programming and fundraising.

  • Superscoreboard show goes live in Glasgow

    The Clyde 1/Clyde 2 Superscoreboard is to hold a live event in Glasgow, led by Jim Delahunt and featuring Hugh Keevins and Gerry McCulloch.

  • Key 103 announces acts for Manchester gig

    Key 103 has secured Rudimental, Scouting for Girls and Mark Owen for its Live concert, as announced by breakfast duo Mike & Chelsea today.

  • Crossing The Streams

    jacAPPS President Paul Jacobs has seen and learned a lot since the launch of the company back in 2008.  The company’s 800 apps that have been developed for brands worldwide serve as digital Petri dishes for learning about the mobile space and how consumers are adapting to faster, more feature-filled smartphones.  In today’s post, he take a hard l…[Read more]

  • VIDEO: Capital Breakfast sing with Will Smith

    Singer Will Smith joined David Berry and Lisa Snowdon on the Capital FM Breakfast show to record a new version of Will’s classic hit ‘Summertime’.

  • MC wins Australia’s next Top Jock award

    Michael Christian, one of the Australian radio presenters behind the hoax hospital phone call last December, has won a Top Jock award.

  • CRTC denies right of Canadians to overpay for wireless service - National Post

    Vancouver SunCRTC denies right of Canadians to overpay for wireless serviceNational PostOn Monday, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission killed the three-year contract so often used, and so thoroughly detested, by Canadian consumers. So thank you, CRTC, for helping to make it harder for consenting adults to CRTC set to…[Read more]

  • CRTC denies right of Canadians to overpay for wireless service - National Post

    CRTC denies right of Canadians to overpay for wireless serviceNational PostOn Monday, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission killed the three-year contract so often used, and so thoroughly detested, by Canadian consumers. So thank you, CRTC, for helping to make it harder for consenting adults to and more »

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