Regulating Canada's Digital Future

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Over the last two decades, the whole universe of Canadian radio, television and digital communications has shifted: from legacy broadcasting and dial-up internet to an interconnected media ecosystem that crosses platforms and borders freely. Last week, a federally appointed review panel presented its report with 97 recommendations about how Canada regulates and oversees those sectors. To discuss this, we invited Peter Menzies, a former CRTC vice-chair; journalist Murad Hemmadi; and Janet Yale, chair of the Broadcasting and Telecommunications Legislative Review Panel.
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Feb 06, 2020
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