3 edition of Canadian broadcasting regulatory handbook found in the catalog.
Canadian broadcasting regulatory handbook
Peter S. Grant
|Other titles||2002 Canadian broadcasting regulatory handbook|
|Statement||by Peter S. Grant and Anthony H.A. Keenleyside.|
|Contributions||Keenleyside, Anthony H. A.|
|LC Classifications||KE2601 .A3 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 1082 p. :|
|Number of Pages||1082|
The business and regulation of television. The Canadian broadcasting industry, including all programming services (over-the-air or otherwise) and all distributors, is regulated in regards to ownership and content by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), which in most cases issues licences for each such operation. Reprinted in Broadcasting and cable television regulatory handbook, Vol. 1. (). Toronto: Law Society of Upper Canada and the Department for Continuing Education. Broadcasting Act, R.S.C. , c. B Canada, Department of Communications. (). Report of the task force on broadcasting policy. (Caplan-Sauvageau Report).
An ITU-R Handbook is a text which provides a statement of the current knowledge, the present position of studies, or of good operating or technical practice, in certain aspects of radiocommunications, which should be addressed to a radio engineer, system planner or operating official who plans, designs or uses radio services or systems, paying particular attention to the requirements of. President of the Canadian Broadcasters Rights Agency for over 20 years. He is a co-author of the following McCarthy Tétrault Handbooks: The Canadian Telecommunications Regulatory Handbook The Canadian Broadcasting Regulatory Handbook The Regulatory Guide to Canadian .
Peter is the author of numerous articles and publications, including the Canadian Broadcasting Regulatory Handbook, a standard industry reference published every two years, now in its 14th edition. He was the former co-chair of the National Conference on Communications Law. Broadcasting structure and finance, The Netherlands / D. McQuail Politics, culture and technology, the holy trinity of Canadian broadcasting / M. Ferguson Problems of structure, finance and program quality in the French audio-visual system / R. Cayrol Broadcasting in Italy / G. Mazzoleni
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Canadian Broadcasting Regulatory Handbook, 14th Edition Novem Now in its 14 th edition, this is the standard reference in Canada on the Broadcasting Act, cabinet directions to the CRTC, broadcasting regulations, exemption orders, regulatory codes and CRTC policy statements other than those solely relating to radio, all updated to.
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He is the author of numerous articles and publications, including the Canadian Canadian broadcasting regulatory handbook book Regulatory Handbook as well as Blockbusters and Trade Wars: Popular Culture in a Globalized World, co-authored with Chris Wood. He currently sits as Counsel at McCarthy Tétrault, and as Adjunct Professor at the University of Toronto and York University.
Canadian broadcasting regulatory handbook / [edited] by Peter S. Grant, Anthony H.A. Keenleyside and Michel Racicot. KF C Systemized summary of Canadian regulations concerning children and the audiovisual industry / André H.
Caron and Annie E. Jolicoeur. Canadian Telecommunications Regulatory Handbook (4th Edition, ) Novem This handbook, now in its fourth edition, is a convenient single reference source for the text of the laws, treaties, regulations, directions, orders, rules and other key documents that govern Canadian telecommunications regulation.
He was a major contributor to The World Bank’s infoDev program’s ‘Telecommunications Regulation Handbook’. Mr Buchanan became the President of the IIC’s Canadian Chapter in May Subscribe to. Canadian broadcasting regulatory handbook / [compiled] by Peter S. Grant, Anthony H. Keenleyside and Grant Buchanan.
KE A3 C36 Broadcasting law in Canada: fairness in the administrative process / Donna Soble Kaufman. Career. Ontario Bar, Six years with The Bank of Nova Scotia in Toronto followed by two years practising communications law with Johnston & Buchan LLP in Ottawa, then ten years in-house with Allarcom Limited and WIC Western Communications Ltd.
in Edmonton and Ottawa and two years with CanWest Global in Ottawa before joining McCarthy Tétrault LLP in Toronto in Government regulation, FCC rules and general outside factors affecting broadcasting.
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Book Collection: The History of Broadcasting. Canadian broadcasting regulatory handbook, The standard reference in Canada on the Broadcasting Act, cabinet directions to the CRTC, broadcasting regulations, exemption orders, regulatory codes and CRTC policy statements other than those solely relating to radio, all updated to Octo The handbook is the standard reference in Canada on the Broadcasting Act (Canada) and the regulations and policies of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC).
In the period from toMr. Grant was loaned by McCarthy Tétrault to the CRTC under an Executive Exchange Agreement. Canadian content (abbreviated CanCon, cancon or can-con; French: Contenu canadien) refers to the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) requirements, derived from the Broadcasting Act of Canada, that radio and television broadcasters (including cable and satellite specialty channels) must air a certain percentage of content that was at least partly written, produced.
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Revised and updated to reflect the impact of digital media on the broadcasting industry and subsequent developments in the regulatory framework, the second edition of Broadcasting Policy in Canada offers a comprehensive overview of the policies that provide the foundation for the Canadian broadcasting system, including discussion of topics such.
The Canadian television broadcasting industry is split between public and private ownership. Canada currently has originating television stations, which broadcast on 1, transmitters across the country, on both the VHF and UHF bands.
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Peter is the author of numerous articles and publications, including the Canadian Broadcasting Regulatory Handbook, a standard industry reference published every two years, now in its fourteenth edition. He was the former co-chair of the National Conference on Communications Law and Policy convened by the Law Society of Upper Canada every two.This book will thus be immensely useful to any scholar or policymaker looking to examine the potential impacts of the recent Canadian broadcasting regulatory changes.
References. Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC). (, March 12).In Media Regulation, two leading scholars of the media examine the challenges of regulation in the global mediated sphere. Peter Lunt and Sonia Livingstone explore the way that regulation affects the relations between government, the media and communications market, civil .