A former CRTC chair and Astral Media president, his policy influence and business acumen in Canada's media world has left a lasting legacy. Even in retirement, he was considered an eminence grise whose wisdom was often sought.
CRTC Chair Ian Scott Spells Out The Future
Revenues for Canada’s broadcasters fell to $17.3B, a 3.3 percent decline over 2016, according to data released by the Canadian Radio-television and
While incumbent federal party heads have said ‘no’ to applying content levies to online streaming services and ISPs, the CRTC has edged the Trudeau government one step closer to reassessing its own policy in a backgrounder document released last week.
A report issued by the regulator offers few prescriptions for policymakers but instead provides exhaustive documentation on future trends that threaten the sustainability of Canada's current cultural policy framework.