CRTC


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CRTC

abbreviation for
(Broadcasting) Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission
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In addition, anyone using their own internal services to make calls to voters using an automatic dialing and announcing device (often referred to as robocalls or ADADs) will have to register with the CRTC within 48 hours of making the first call.
More than 300 businesses have membership with the CRTC.
We are looking forward to this partnership with CRTC and local cybersecurity employers to drive the local pipeline of talent into this growing industry.
The CRTC applies two separate statutes: the Broadcasting Act and the Telecommunications Act.
Frequencies became available in these markets after the CRTC revoked, in June 2015, Aboriginal Voices Radio's licences for its radio stations.
It is also reported that Porter Airlines cooperated with the CRTC and promptly took remedial action to address compliance.
ca reported, Bell Media agreed to sell five of 10 radio properties as part of a list of conditions set by the CRTC pending its approval last June of BCE Inc.
Over the coming months, the CRTC will hold public consultations that could lead to an overall in the way Canadians watch television and the prices they pay for cable or satellite television services, with new regulations to follow.
Bell is appalled that the CRTC would come to a decision that so negatively impacts Canadian consumers and the national broadcast industry, contravenes its own policy and is tainted by behind-the-scenes lobbying by Bell's cable rivals.
The CRTC recently conducted a comprehensive review of the issues surrounding the duty to serve and the obligations telecommunications carriers bear, or should bear, to address these issues of anachronistic obligations, remote areas, and access to high-speed Internet.
The CRTC commissioners should realize what they are getting themselves into by regulating the internet and what impact it will have on average people--consumers who purchase products and not only the broadcasters and entertainment industry that sell them.
The prime minister's office admitted it was directly involved in picking Tom Pentefountas vice chair of the CRTC earlier this month.