Take a look at some or our recent news and updates about what we are doing to advocate on behalf of Canada’s private broadcasters

CAB statement on the CRTC’s Broadcasting Fees Regulations

The CAB is pleased that the new Broadcasting Fees Regulations announced by the CRTC will start to level the playing field for broadcasters by requiring online streaming services to pay annual fees, co...

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Op-Ed: Broadcasters need urgent change to antiquated rules that favour foreign streaming services

by Kevin Desjardins, President of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters

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Government’s Online Streaming Act policy direction a positive step toward a sustainable Canadian broadcasting sector

As the national voice of private broadcasters large and small across the country, the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) welcomes the Government’s policy direction on the Online Streaming Ac...

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The CAB calls for recognition of essential services provided by broadcasters in replacement worker legislation

As the national voice of Canada’s private broadcasters, the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) calls for the Government to make an exception for our essential radio and TV broadcasters in th...

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Joint statement of the National Association of Broadcasters and Canadian Association of Broadcasters on Meta’s news blocking

In response to Meta blocking news on Facebook and Instagram for Canadian users after the passage of Canada’s Online News Act, the following joint statement can be attributed to NAB President and CEO...

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Meta’s news blocking highlights need for Bill C-18, the Online News Act

As Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, has joined the ranks of Google in blocking news for Canadians on their platforms in response to Bill C-18, the power imbalance in the Canadian ne...

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