The campaign of a Calgary mayoral candidate is threatening to sue the Alberta-based publication The Western Standard over an article alleging improper use of funds.
The vast majority of Canadians, 68%, prefer commercial radio stations to CBC Radio, with a further 37% of Canadians saying they have never listened to CBC Radio.
The CBC is joining Microsoft, Intel and several other major media and tech corporations in a new initiative meant to combat disinformation online.
Several Canadian legacy media outlets launched a coordinated campaign on Thursday urging the federal government to force social media companies to pay for news content.
Andrew Lawton says this isn’t just an attack on True North, but on all those who view and support True North’s content.
The federal government has designated the Montreal newspaper La Presse as the first publication in Canada to be considered a “qualified Canadian journalism organization.”
New data released by the CRTC shows that in the last year, CBC’s share of the television viewing audience fell by a whopping 25%.
A new report has revealed that CBC President and CEO Catherine Tait lives in a multi-million dollar mansion in Brooklyn, New York.
Hundreds of current CBC and former employees have joined a campaign to stop the public broadcaster from pursuing its new paid content division, Tandem.
Ad revenues were down for the state broadcaster even before the beginning of the pandemic.