Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission

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  • Media Violence For The Canadian Radio Television And Telecommunications Commission Essay

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    For a child, almost any type of conflict, such as a heated discussion on a radio talk show or between two experts during a newscast, may seem as aggressive as two comic book characters throwing anvils. As of yet, we do not have a clear explanation of what causes violence and aggression in our youth, whether we analyze media content or explore the everyday aggressive behavior that may cause violent behavior, Individual studies define these notions in a lot of different ways; Thus, the rules of the

  • Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Broadcasting Regulatory Policy

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    Policy Problem The recent Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications (CRTC) (2013c) 'Broadcasting Regulatory Policy on the Distribution of Canadian Category C national news speciality services' marks a new regulatory approach to distributing competitive news and sports programming in Canada. This policy is a response to Canadians' concerns over consumer choice due to program bundling and an inability to select news and sports programs on a stand-alone basis (CRTC, 2013c; CRTC, 2014). Based

  • Is Canadian Culture Doomed to Become American? Essay

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    Is Canadian Culture Doomed to Become American? As Alvin Toffler once said, “The wider any culture is spread, the thinner it gets”1. Such holds true for the American culture, which is not only a dominating factor in its own internal market and known domestically but also a dictating force in countries around the world on the global scale, and the first on their list – Canada. This issue of cultural imperialism is touched upon by Gaëtan Tremblay in his article, “Is Quebec Culture Doomed to Become

  • Radio and Television Broadcasting in Canada

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    policies. Radio and television broadcasting were at their infancy and no one knew how big this idea of instant, national connection would become. Soon after this, it became apparent that Canadians prominently turned their attention to American broadcasting and, in turn, overlooked their own. This piece of information sparked the birth of regulatory policies and the Canadian Broadcasting Act which would control percentages of original Canadian and foreign content to see to it that Canadians would not

  • The Canadian Media Company Profile

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    Canadian Media Company Profile Name Institution Bell Media Bell Media is a premier multimedia company based in Canada with special focus in radio, television, digital media and outdoor advertising. According to the company 's website, it creates builds contents and brands that are tailor made to inform, inspire, entertain and engage audiences through their most preferred platforms. Bell Media owns thirty local television stations, 30 specialty channels and four pay television services. Its CTV is

  • The Issues Of Canada 's Telecommunications Industry

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    On many occasions, Canada’s telecommunications industry has been criticized for being inefficiently competitive. Claims have been made by the critics of Canada’s wireless sector that there needs to be additional regulation to create more competition, lower prices and improve service quality. In doing so, the Canadian federal government has used these criticisms to their advantage in order to justify interventionist spectrum allocation policies and advocate for additional regulation of the wireless

  • The Censorship Of Canadian Content

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    Rules revolving around Canadian Content (CanCon) have been set in place since the 1920’s. In 2005, revisions to the 1991 Broadcasting Act were made. Since this revision was made there have been further changes to the Act trying to create the best set of rules for CanCon to be broadcasted (Dewing, 2011). CanCon is an outdated concept that is causing consumers to switch to other forms of media. The CanCon rules cannot determine what is considered Canadian and they cannot keep up with the ever-changing

  • The Impact Of Media Industry On The World Essay

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    distribution, television, publishing, etc. have to not only adapt their services to this emerging development, but also find new ways to keep up with direct and indirect competitors. The former ones include large over-the-top services such as Netflix and Spotify, which have been a sort of pioneers in the field of digital platform distribution and which are acquiring more and more power by day; the latter ones are self-production release platforms, most evident with Youtube replacing television and blogs

  • Broadcasting Decision Rtc Case Summary

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    Summary of Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2004-271 Founded in 1996, Genex Communications, Inc. is a Quebec City-based private broadcasting group with interests in the sports, radio, web property, and indoor advertising industries (Bloomberg, 2017). From 1997 to 2004, the company owned CHOI-FM Québec, "Quebec City's most popular radio station" (Ha, 2004). After its first license to operate CHOI-FM concluded in August 2001, Genex was questioned by the CRTC over its failure to honour conditions of the license

  • Xm Radio And Sirius Financial Analysis Essay

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    Sirius vs. XM: Ratio Analysis and Statement of Cash Flows Paper From the previous company selection paper, we are now familiar with the selected satellite radio broadcasting companies, Sirius and XM Satellite Radio. Our group will now take a further, in-depth look at the ratio analysis and statement of cash flows to get a better understanding of how the companies are doing financially and with in their market. First, we will be reviewing the cash flows for both companies and identifying how much