Monthly Archive for: ‘November, 2011’

CRTC Finds Middle Ground In Usage-Based Internet Billing Issue

This is an excerpt from an article by Iain Marlow for The Globe and Mail The CRTC has struck a middle path in its reexamination of the controversial and complicated subject of usage-based billing for wholesale Internet services in Canada,

A Bid To Get Film Lovers Not To Rent

An excerpt from an article by Brooks Barnes for The New York Times Hollywood has had enough of the sharp consumer shift toward renting movies through Netflix. Desperate to raise home entertainment profits, studios want people to start buying movies outright again,

Good, Giving and Game, 
Yet Women Still Not Tapped For The Top – FanTrust in the Huffington Post

Help me out, here. When will digital media shareholders, investors and boards look at the case for female leadership on its merits and stop with the painful status quo contortions required to keep women out of top roles? What’s it

Television Revenues See Largest Increase in Seven Years: StatsCan

By The Canadian Press Operating revenues in the television broadcasting sector reached $7.1 billion in 2010, up eight per cent from 2009 and the largest annual increase since 2003. Statistics Canada reports TV advertising revenues grew 9.2 per cent last