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Ep.236 - Jesse Meets WNYC's On The Media: The weekly radio show On The Media was one of the main inspirations for CANADALAND. This week, their co-host Bob Garfield talks to Jesse about the Trudeau we get vs. the Trudeau Americans get.   Here's our cut of that conversation.
SHORT CUTS #171 - A He Said That She Said Story: Why is no one in Canada reporting on that Justin Trudeau groping allegation? How does The Globe & Mail go from publishing one of the most important pieces of journalism about sexual assault in recent years to publishing an alleged sexual assailant's version of events? And what can we learn fr...
Ep.235 - Taxing Porn (And Everything Else) To Pay For CanCon: Canada's broadcast regulator has put forward a proposal to tax everything from porn to podcasts to help pay for Canadian content. Geoff O'Brien, editor and publisher of Carrt.ca talks about why the CRTC is reviving the Netflix tax debate and what their plan would mean for the internet.
FRIENDS responds to the CBC President regarding #SaveCBCArchive campaign: FRIENDS invites CBC President, Hubert T. Lacroix, to clarify the public broadcaster's plan for preserving Canada's unique heritage in the CBC Archive.  
Équité fiscale dans le monde numérique : Québec a tenu parole: La Coalition pour la culture et les médias se réjouit de l’adoption d'un projet de loi qui obligera les fournisseurs de biens intangibles et de services en ligne – comme Netflix et Spotify –  à percevoir la TVQ dès le 1er janvier 2019.
Fiscal Fairness in a Digital World: Quebec Kept its Promise: The Coalition for Culture and Media is pleased by the adoption of a bill that will require online services, such as Netflix and Spotify, to collect QST as of January 1st, 2019.
Things You’ll Never See On The CBC: 45 Replies to “Things You’ll Never See On The CBC” Read the rest of the replies here.
CBC is offering clickbait: The CBC is a creature of the Broadcasting Act, which was last updated in 1991, the same year the World Wide Web was created. In a strict reading of the act, the CBC has no business setting up an online hot-take factory, any more than it has the mandate to set up a national chain of poutine restau...
Stand on Guard for CBC at CRTC hearings: The complete CRTC hearings in Gatineau are available in a video archive at www.cpac.ca. The Stand on Guard for CBC intervention on Monday, November 26, 2012 was made by Bill Bruneau using a video link from Vancouver.  Ours was the last intervention of the day, and Bill was indeed impressive.  ...
CBC Must Abandon Ads And Find New Sources Of Funding: CBC has boasted that 50 per cent of the cost of its TV services is paid for by advertising revenue. No more.In the year ending August 2015, CBC English TV ad revenue fell off a cliff and was barely $100 million, well under 20 per cent of TV revenues. Funding from taxpayers is now four times great...
CTV, Global appoint Quebec City bureau chiefs: It’s not just the Quebec government that pushed through some labour deals just before Christmas. This week both CTV and Global filled their vacant Quebec City bureau chief positions. Au revoir Montréal, bonjour Québec! Happy and proud to report I am the new Quebec City Bureau Chief @CTVMontreal. ...

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