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Broadcast Dialogue is Canada’s broadcast industry publication of record. Published weekly via controlled email circulation and online, Broadcast Dialogue delivers the most comprehensive industry reader base in Canadian media.
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The theme of the Ontario Association of Broadcasters (OAB) recent Connection '19 conference was 'future-proofing' and as such Duncan Stewart, Deloitte Canada's director of Tech, Media and Telecom research, kicked off the event with a snapshot of Deloitte's annual Predictions report for the industry.Among Stewart's takeaways - radio's resilience is undersold, VR headsets are a failure and wait for it -- smart speakers are the 'hula hoop of 2018.'
The Canadian Broadcast Standards Council, the independent organization that establishes standards for private Canadian broadcasters, is seeking a younger perspective. On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, we talk to CBSC chair Sylvie Courtemanche about the need for younger adjudicators, what Canadians are complaining about, and the new standard for closed captioning in Canada.
Broadcast Dialogue had a chance to catch up with Lenore Gibson, Chair of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB), at the recent B.C. Association of Broadcasters (BCAB) conference in Victoria.Gibson, who doubles as Senior Regulatory Counsel for Bell, covers the CAB's current lobbying efforts on behalf of commercial radio and television broadcasters, and the organization's designs on establishing a greater presence in Ottawa, among other issues facing Canada's private broadcasters.
On the latest episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, editor Connie Thiessen got a  rare opportunity to sit down with Numeris President & CEO Neil McEneaney.McEneaney gets us up to speed on continuous measurement as Numeris moves toward the first transitional data release in December, the latest on its Video Audio Measurement solution, its new product advisory group, and the organization's move towards a more transparent relationship with broadcasters.
Bell Media and Stingray have partnered to launch AUDIO360, a new multi-platform audio sales solution that allows media buyers to follow a listener through their daily audio journey. It targets consumers not by demography or location, but by what they love.On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, Ryan Fuss, SVP, Global Advertising Solutions, at Stingray and Dean Rutherford, VP National Radio Sales, Bell Media on the future of audio advertising.
On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, Amanda Kingsland, Program Director at Country 101.1 (CKBY-FM) Ottawa and National Music Director for the Rogers' Country Brand. Kingsland is coming off an impressive fourth consecutive Music Director of the Year (large market) win at the Canadian Country Music Association (CCMA) Awards.
On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, Peter Mansbridge, former CBC chief correspondent, on his new self-produced podcast The Bridge - a nightly look at developments in the ongoing federal election.We talk to Mansbridge about #elxn43, taking the political temperature of Canadians, and the joys of semi-retirement.
QUB Radio, the digital radio and podcast platform launched by Quebecor Media last October, recently introduced the concept of a customizable morning show. It allows listeners to build their own programming based on personal preference.On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, Mathieu Turbide, Quebecor’s Vice-President of Digital Content, on the company’s move into online radio, the challenges of monetization and Quebecor's ultimate goal of convergence.
It's been a tumultuous year for Toronto not-for-profit station jazz.fm.On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, Lorie Russell, the station's new vice-president and managing director, on how jazz.fm is getting its groove back.
SoundExchange, the Washington, D.C.-based non-profit collective rights management organization, made waves a few weeks ago with the announcement that it's collaborating with SourceAudio and Podcastmusic.com to make label and publisher-owned music available to the podcast industry. On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, Richard Conlon, SoundExchange's Chief Corporate Development Officer, in his first-ever podcast interview, on the future of music licensing for the podcast space.
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