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Mar 25, 2010
The CRTC’s move in favour of the big broadcasters opens door for massive fee hikes by cable television firms, which, ironically, are the owners of some of these same companies, and shuts out the CBC. Photo: D. Reichardt/Flickr

The CRTC ruling hurts the CBC -- and viewers

Bill Wittur
The CRTC's move in favour of the big broadcasters opens door for massive fee hikes by cable television firms, which, ironically, are the owners of some of these same companies, and shuts out the CBC.
Blog
Mar 24, 2010

Toronto Star succumbs to tabloidism

Matthew Adams
The symptoms have been cropping up for some time now but this past weekend the Toronto Star seemed to be particularly afflicted with tabloidism and it is unclear if they will ever recover.
Forum topic

Not Rex Murphy: Humberto DaSilva

Humberto DaSilva won the Not Rex Murphy contest on rabble. If you missed the contest, you can read about it at: http://rabble.ca/rabbletv/notrex .

Here is Humberto's first Not Rex commentary, on the Greek economic crisis. Athough the Greek Debt Crisis is being blamed on deficits, Wall Street firms have been profiting on Greek debt for years.

Check out the video. Any feedback for Humberto?

Podcast
Mar 16, 2010

Talking podcasts

Redeye
The rpn's Meagan Perry explains what podcasts are, how you can use them and what she's looking to include in the rabble podcast network.
Photos
Mar 15, 2010
Introducing Humberto DaSilva, the winner of rabble.ca's Not Rex Murphy competition. Check out his Rexless rant!

The winner of the Not Rex contest

rabble staff
Introducing Humberto DaSilva, the winner of rabble.ca's Not Rex Murphy competition. Check out his Rexless rant!
Podcast
Mar 9, 2010

Vancouver's Megaphone speaks out

Pivot Legal Society
Writer and editor Kevin Hollett talks about the Megaphone, the Olympics and Vancouver's Downtown Eastside

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