Canadian Television Industry / Channels and Providers

If you are interested in learning more about the broadcasting industry, the broadcasting distribution industry or the telecommunications industry in Canada then you need to better understand the CRTC.

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) is an agency of the federal government which regulates and supervises the Canadian broadcasting and telecommunications system.

CRTC demands will cost satellite TV subscribers millions of dollars

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) this week announced that it will be forcing Bell TV and Shaw Direct to add a slew of additional stations to their Direct-to-Home (DTH) subscription satellite television service.

Under existing policy, Bell TV and Shaw Direct must offer their subscribers: an affiliate of each national television network; five English- and five French-language CBC stations; one television station per province from each major Canadian broadcasting ownership group, and two stations from each of the other Canadian broadcasting ownership groups

Canada’s Largest Digital Service Providers

Digital Home routinely receives updates from Canada’s largest Video, Voice, data and wireless providers informing us how successful they have been in signing up new customers and pronouncing themselves the industry leader.

Every quarter, we bring this information together and find out which public companies are Canada’s biggest video, voice, data and wireless service providers.