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CRTC agrees to let Rogers buy Shaw’s broadcasting services

The Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has agreed to let Rogers buy Shaw's broadcasting services, with specified conditions and modifications. As a part of...

Trudeau government pushes streaming giants to support Canadian content

Released this week, a report commissioned by the federal government in 2018 suggests U.S. tech companies, including Amazon, Netflix and Facebook, should collect the same taxes as those collected by Canadian companies, and that they make strong commitments to supporting Canadian content on their streaming services. 

Norway pulls downloadable Beatles podcasts

Misunderstanding of licencing deal, which allows only music played within the previous four weeks to be rebroadcast, forces broadcaster to stop putting tunes by the Fab Four online

FCC OKs unlicensed ‘white space’ use

Carriers and vendors get the go signal to deploy devices in white space spectrum which operates unlicensed at powers of 100 milliwatts

Canadian regulator to re-examine its hands-off Internet policy

The CRTC will hold hearings next year on whether it needs to support Canadian content on new media such as the Internet as it does on radio and TV. Canadians are 'lagging' in the amount of news and entertainment shows being shown on new media, it says

Mobile players eye European UHF spectrum

Mobile providers and manufacturers have funded a study which claims that providing more bandwidth for uses could be a windfall for Europe's economy

Adobe releases content protection app

New Adobe Flash Media Rights Management Server guards Adobe Flash content

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