66,000 viewers in Canada have subscribed to the new basic TV packages now available from TV service providers for about $25 per month.
CRTC Begins Three-Week Hearing on Internet Services in Canada, Looking at Whether High-Speed Services Should be Considered a Right
Today, the CRTC began its three-week hearing on Internet Services in Canada, looking at whether high-speed Internet should be deemed a basic right.
Today, two weeks before the beginning of a public hearing being held on telecommunication services in Canada, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) announced they have added a public opinion research report to the public record of its proceedings, in turn revealing a bit about how people in Canada use their computers and phones. […]
This week, the CRTC signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to partner together against unsolicited telemarketing.
The CRTC has approved Corus Entertainment’s acquisition of Shaw Media.
Consumers who have a complaint about the TV service they are receiving from a cable or satellite provider will soon be able to have their voice heard with the Commissioner for Complaints for Telecommunications Services, (CCTS). The CCTS currently functions as an independent watchdog on complaints concerning telephone, wireless and Internet services, and will now […]
Following the CRTC’s Ruling, Cable Providers Must Now Offer $25/Month Basic Cable Packages, Pick and Pay and Channel Bundles
Canadian T.V service providers must now offer $25/month basic cable packages, and pick and pay and channel bundle options to viewers.