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The broadcasting sections of the Communications Monitoring Report (CMR) provide a glimpse into various aspects of broadcasting in Canada. The Canadian broadcasting sector consists of radio (private and CBC), conventional television (private and CBC), discretionary and on-demand television services (pay, pay per view (PPV), video-on-demand (VOD) and specialty services) and broadcasting distribution undertakings (BDUs), such as cable, satellite and IPTV distributors.
The Radio Sector provides a glimpse into various aspects of radio broadcasting in Canada. This section presents information related to audience measurement, Canadian content development, tangible benefits, commercial radio, CBC/SRC radio, non-commercial radio, Internet-based audio services and the availability of radio services and other audio services.
The Television Sector provides a glimpse into various aspects of television broadcasting in Canada. This section presents information related to conventional television stations, discretionary and on-demand services, Internet-based video services in Canada and availability of television and video services.
Statistical and financial data compiled from the annual returns filed by BDUs. Conventional television, Broadcasting Distribution, Radio
Broadcasting distribution undertakings (BDUs) provide subscription television services to Canadians. They distribute conventional television, discretionary and on-demand services. The broadcasting distribution section of this report focuses on three types of BDUs: cable, Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) and national direct-to-home (DTH) satellite service providers. IPTV refers to services such as Bell Fibe and Telus Optik TV, but excludes Internet-based services such as Netflix, Crave and Club Illico.
This dataset presents the summary of statistical and financial data from the annual survey provided by conventional television stations for the broadcast year ended August 31, 2013.
Contained within the 3rd Edition (1957) of the Atlas of Canada is a plate that shows two condensed maps of television and radio stations across Canada. The top map shows the location and call letters of Canadian television stations and indicates the network connections for these stations. Television stations are shown as being operated by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation or by private affiliates. Private stations not in operation, satellite stations and satellite stations not in operation are also indicated.
Contained within the 4th Edition (1974) of the Atlas of Canada is a set of two maps. The first map shows locations of radio broadcasting stations as of December 1967. Stations are shown on the map as being AM, FM or short-wave, and as English, French or bilingual. Locations with more than one station are marked with the number of stations.
Television broadcasting industry, by North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Operating and financial detail for Canada, provinces and territories from 1976 to today.
Statistical and financial data compiled from Canadian broadcasting entities.