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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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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.
On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue, The Podcast, Troy McCallum, program director of Toronto's boom 97.3 (CHBM-FM).McCallum joins us to talk about the challenges of keeping the Classic Hits format fresh, his incessant search for the next big idea, and the station's new web series "The First Time."
On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, conversations with CKNW NewsTalk 980 alumni Bill Good, Shirley Stocker, George Garrett, Barb Welsh, Jordan Armstrong and Corus National AM director Larry Gifford on the legacy of the Vancouver heritage station as it celebrates its 75th Anniversary.
Kevin Newman is the latest broadcaster to announce a move into the podcast space. Arguably one of the most successful broadcasters Canada has ever produced, Newman revealed last week he’s stepping away from CTV’s flagship investigative program W5 to host Attention Control -- a new podcast for iHeartRadio that will focus on technology and democracy.On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, we talk to Newman about his pivot to podcasting, the impact of technology on the coming federal election and the future of news.
The CRTC has unveiled its Internet Code for internet service providers, aimed at better safeguarding Canadians against the shady practices of big telecom. While introducing measures like more frequent usage warnings and an extended cancellation period, some public interest groups say the code doesn’t go far enough after a flawed process that saw most telecom researchers and consumer advocacy organizations boycott the proceeding.On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast - John Lawford, executive director and general counsel for the Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC), who says in the current climate it's increasingly difficult for groups like PIAC to represent the consumer.
On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, Golden West Broadcasting CEO Elmer Hildebrand.The Canadian Association of Broadcasters' Hall of Famer, who has now been in radio for more than six decades, talks about how Golden West Radio has weathered shifting consumer habits with its commitment to local news and information.
On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, we have highlights from this year's Western Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame inductions -- longtime QX104 Winnipeg personality Boyd Kozak and CHAT Medicine Hat sports director and voice of the WHL Medicine Hat Tigers Bob Ridley.
We've asked the question before on this podcast - what would radio look like if it were invented after the internet?A couple of new Canadian internet radio stations are exploring that - Maple Music Cafe - launched this past New Year's Eve by Toronto music industry veteran Joey Cee and OkanaganValleyRadio.com - helmed by former Vancouver area station owner and host Allan Holender.
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