You may remember last year when Facebook was widely ridiculed for claiming that it reached more people than exist. Well, not being satisfied with that, this year the gap between Facebook's claimed reach and the number of living, breathing humans has grown. No, you can't make this shit up.
Sibling act The Reklaws (pictured) included in CFL peformance series, Beaches Jazz announces its schedule, and Hamilton earns a SOCAN first. Also in the news are Lolaa, Brett Gurewitz, Liona Boyd, City Cinema, FrancoFEST Hamilton, Summerteeth, Rock the River, and Music PEI. Videos added for your enjoyment.
On April 27, Richard Flohil posted on Facebook that the OMDC's Music Fund “has just spent $14 MILLION dollars” on a variety of music businesses and orgs. Here’s a very brief account of what then transpired.
Within a transcript of Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg's two rounds of testimony to the US Congress this week we found a moment of levity.
TPX now repping Wondery podcasts in Canada
It’s questionable whether social-media giants would pay attention to anything the Canadian government might ask of them. They do, however, live in a competitive marketplace. If they play fast and loose, their customers have every reason to leave.
The Heritage Minister is warning American internet giants to brace for new legislation that will crack down on threats to Canadian culture.
Fans weigh in on Hedley's status on Facebook and the range of opinion is all over the place but the shows are selling out, the audiences are engaging on social media and 10 days into the controversy the police have not laid a single charge. Rock & roll was spawned by booze, broads and sinful ways. That has now all changed. What will become of R&R?