Media News Digest: CBC and Le Devoir archives digitized, Als stay on TSN 690, Journal de Chambly sold

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  • The commission issued its licence renewal decisions on Monday for the big private TV broadcasters — TVA, V, Bell Media, Rogers Media and Corus. The headline is that OMNI will get what it wants: nationwide mandatory distribution at $0.12 per subscriber. But only for three years, as the CRTC offers the chance for others to offer something better. I’ll have more highlights from the decisions in another post.

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One thought on “Media News Digest: CBC and Le Devoir archives digitized, Als stay on TSN 690, Journal de Chambly sold

  1. justinbbmtl

    Correction: It wasn’t Le Devoir that digitized its archives; Bibliothèque et archives nationales du Québec (BAnQ) did it. BAnQ is also in the process of doing La Presse (currently goes back to 1945, with chunks of 15 years being added every few weeks) and various smaller papers.

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