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Distribution undertakings and the Broadcasting Act

Canada. Communications Canada.

Distribution undertakings and the Broadcasting Act

information on changes in Canada"s broadcasting legislation for S/MATVs and rebroadcasting systems.

by Canada. Communications Canada.

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Published by Communications Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Canada.,
  • Satellite master antenna television -- Law and legislation -- Canada.,
  • Broadcasting -- Law and legislation -- Canada.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesInformation on changes in Canada"s broadcasting legislation for S/MATVs and rebroadcasting systems., Les entreprises de distribution et la Loi sur la radiodiffusion.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination13 p. ;
    Number of Pages13
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18277846M
    ISBN 100662189620

    Act No. of as amended, taking into account amendments up to Enhancing Online Safety for Children Amendment Act An Act relating to broadcasting services, datacasting services, online services and content services, and for related purposes: Administered by: Communications and the Arts. In , the CRTC instituted a vertical integration framework in Broadcasting Regulatory Policy ‑, which included a code of conduct ("VI Code") with several provisions designed to ensure the fair treatment by vertically integrated firms of rival broadcast distribution undertakings ("BDUs") and discretionary services.

    BROADCASTING - Broadcasting policy - Public service - Distribution undertakings - Simultaneous substitution - Content - Advertising. Tuesday, Janu @ AM. Broadcasting Act in Canada Delegated Regulations of the Broadcasting Act. The following subordinate legislation were released under the authority of the Broadcasting Act. Statutory Instruments, including regulations, are concerned with highly specific legislative detail while enabling statutes, like the Broadcasting Act, deal more with general matters or principles for the subject (as in .

    Table Broadcasting distribution undertakings subscriber (thousands) number – Basic and non-basic services. 10 This represents a % decrease in the overall BDU revenues from to CMR, Table Revenues ($ millions) of broadcasting distribution undertakings (BDU) – Basic and non-basic services. Q4 Canada: Broadcasting and Telecommunications Law Overview LLPStikeman Elliott. parent company nor its directors or similar officers may exercise control or influence over any programming decisions of the subsidiary. There are no specific restrictions on the number of non-voting shares that may be owned by non-Canadians.


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Distribution undertakings and the Broadcasting Act by Canada. Communications Canada. Download PDF EPUB FB2

licence means a licence to carry on a broadcasting undertaking issued by the Commission under this Act; (licence) Minister. Minister means such member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada as is designated by the Governor in Council as the Minister for the purposes of this Act; (ministre) network.

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distribution undertaking. distribution undertaking means an undertaking for the reception of broadcasting and the retransmission thereof by radio waves or other means of telecommunication to more than one permanent or temporary residence or dwelling unit or to another such undertaking; (entreprise de distribution) encrypted.

Broadcasting Act’ s objectives, including the requirements that distribution undertakings “should give priority to the carriage of Canadian programming services and, in particular, to the carriage of local Canadian services”, that the Canadian broadcasting system.

This Bill would amend the Broadcasting Act, Cap. B to redefine the term “broadcast” and provide for related matters. Arrangement of Sections Short title Amendment of section 2 of Cap. B 1. “distribution undertaking” means an undertaking for the reception of.

The distribution of satellite subscription radio signals is subject to the following provisions: (a) The licensee may not count the signals of conventional radio programming undertakings for the purpose of fulfilling the preponderance requirement set out in section 6(1) of the Regulations unless a subscriber is already receiving 40 channels of one or more licensed pay audio programming undertakings.

XML Full Document: Broadcasting Distribution Regulations [ KB] | PDF Full Document: Broadcasting Distribution Regulations [ KB] Regulations are current to and last amended on Promulgation of the Radio and Television Broadcasting Act 1) The Radio and Television Broadcasting Act, cf.

Consolidated Act no of 26 Augustas amended by Act no of 16 Decemberis hereby promulgated. Part 1 Provision of programme services 1. The following undertakings shall have the right to provide programme services as.

purpose of providing signal distribution for broadcasting purposes, or deemed by this Act or the IBA Act to have been so granted and issued; [Definition of “broadcasting signal distribution licence” substituted by s.

2 of Act 64/] “broadcasting signal distribution licensee” means the holder of a broadcasting signal distribution licence. News Release Septem CRTC ISSUES MANDATORY ORDERS CONCERNING THE OPERATION OF UNLICENSED BROADCASTING UNDERTAKINGS IN VANCOUVER VANCOUVER - The CRTC today announced that mandatory orders have been issued, pursuant to Subsection 12(2) of the Broadcasting Act, requiring Pacific Place Communications Limited, BC Tel Support Services.

Distribution Undertakings and the Broadcasting Act in French translation and definition "Distribution Undertakings and the Broadcasting Act", English-French Dictionary online. broadcasting undertaking includes a distribution undertaking, a programming undertaking and a network; (entreprise de radiodiffusion) in its books of account, former Act means the Broadcasting Act, chapter B-9 of the Revised Statutes of Canada, Broadcasting — Septem 2 “Corporation” «Société» “Corporation” means the Canadian Broadcast-ing Corporation continued by section 36; “distribution undertaking” «entreprise de distribution» “distribution undertaking” means an undertak-ing for the reception of broadcasting.

Section 10 of the Broadcasting Act sets out the power of the CRTC to enact regulations. The Commission has issued separate regulations for AM and FM radio stations, TV stations, discretionary programming services, and broadcasting distribution undertakings. Because the Commission did not adopt an objective test based on the Broadcasting Act (the Act), the new rules established to determine a specialty service’s eligibility for mandatory carriage on the basic service of broadcasting distribution undertakings (BDUs) remain completely subjective and arbitrary.

Under these rules, both discretionary. Are “broadcasting undertakings” under the Act and are assumed to have some measure of control over programming. Broadcasters include the three categories below, namely distributors, programmers and networks. Distributors: Are “distribution undertakings” that receive broadcasting and retransmit it to more than personal dwelling or to.

Broadcasting Distribution Undertakings (BNPH CRTC ) Information Technology Association of Canada 3 supporting evidence, to establish that such intervention is essential to the objectives of the Act.4 ITAC’s view is that the burden of proof of the need for regulation should rest. PRESENTATION ON THE BROADCASTING ACT.

PRESENTATION BY DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATIONS JUNE INTRODUCTION. This presentation provides an overview of the broadcasting legislative and regulatory environment since the dawn of. Directions to the CRTC (Direct-to-Home (DTH) Satellite Distribution Undertakings) Order.

SOR/ BROADCASTING ACT. Registration Order Issuing Directions to the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission Respecting Policy for the Licensing of Direct-To-Home (DTH) Satellite Distribution Undertakings.

The Canadian BDU, which was required to be licensed under the Broadcasting Act (Act), distributed the authorized service. In its reasons, the CRTC stated that its general policy had been to authorize the distribution of those non-Canadian services in Canada that did not compete in whole or in part with Canadian pay or specialty services.

The Reference re Broadcasting Act, SCC 4, came about in when the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) was reviewing a policy decision from that had exempted all “new media broadcasting undertakings” from Part II of the Broadcasting Act.

Cultural groups that had proposed a levy on ISPs to fund the.Application Binding on Her Majesty 4. (1) This Act is binding on Her Majesty in right of Canada or a province.

Application generally (2) This Act applies in respect of broadcasting undertakings carried on in whole or in part within Canada or on board (a) any ship, vessel or aircraft that is (i) registered or licensed under an Act of Parliament, or (ii) owned by, or under the direction or.Directions to the CRTC (Direct-to-Home (DTH) Satellite Distribution Undertakings) Order.

SOR/ BROADCASTING ACT. Registration Order Issuing Directions to the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission Respecting Policy for the Licensing of Direct-To-Home (DTH) Satellite Distribution Undertakings.

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