Canadian Broadcasting

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Canadian Sovereignty - Telecommunications - Canadian Broadcasting Act
... Furthermore, Canada's Telecommunications Act references the Broadcasting Act which prescribes that broadcasting has an important role in Canadian sovereignty ... In fact, the Canadian broadcasting system is legislated to be owned and controlled by Canadians ... In this case, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), inaugurated November 2, 1936, has had the role of representing Canadians ...
Television In Canada - History - Development of Television
... and the networks that originated them, thus became popular in those Canadian cities within range of their signals—and those cities represented a sizable proportion of the ... helped spur development of a specifically Canadian television programming and transmission system during the late 1940s and early 1950s, but at the same time ... Since the first Canadian stations (CBFT in Montreal and CBLT in Toronto) signed on in September 1952, television developed differently in Canada than in the United ...
Canadian Radio-Television Commission
... The Canadian Radio-Television Commission came into being as a result of federal government legislation enacted in 1967 and coming into force in 1968 ... and politicians, and it has since become the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission. 1928 to address the issues of radio, and eventually television, broadcasting ...

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