This proposal from Bell is just one more example of the ways that Canada's vertically integrated telecom companies are trampling on our internet rights in favour of their concentrated media interests.
Bell's OK let's talk campaign once again misses the mark completely in the conversation about mental illness and awareness and just reinforces the company's corporate greed.
David J. Climenhaga
Chaos in the Canadian news business continues through a destructive combination of digitization and executive myopia.
The furor over Bell Media President Kevin Crull's banning of CRTC Chair Jean Pierre Blais from CTV news coverage following the pick-and-pay decision made for a remarkable news day yesterday.
Bell announced plans to implement new consumer monitoring and profiling practices that would expand how it uses its user information. This is unprecedented in Canada, and is it legal?
As big telecom company Bell gets set to take over Astral Media, we're likely to be seeing even higher prices, tighter contracts, and more disrespectful customer service.
On Thursday, February 9, 2012, Bell Media, owners of CTV and CFRA Radio in Ottawa, fired talk show host Michael Harris. Harris is a journalist of the highest integrity.
The CRTC announced six key measures on vertical integration in the telecom-media-Internet industries, but there are at least two big elephants in the room.