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Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast dives deep into the ever-changing world of radio, television, and digital media. Each episode features interviews with industry leaders, innovators, and rising stars, exploring everything from the latest technological advancements to the ongoing impact of broadcasting on society.
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Yann Legarson, CEO of Radioplayer Worldwide, and Paul Kaye, Board Chair for Radioplayer Canada and Head of Audio for Rogers Sports & Media, join Broadcast Dialogue publisher and Radioplayer Country Manager Shawn Smith to talk about the organization's latest developments and tease their upcoming panel at Radiodays North America in Toronto. See Priva…
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Veteran radio programmer Ronnie Stanton joins this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast to talk about his new gig as Virgin Radio International's Chief Content Officer and why it's reinvigorated his optimism about the future of radio. Ronnie also teases two upcoming sessions he'll host at Radiodays North America in Toronto, June 2-4, highlig…
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The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television is recognizing broadcast veteran Marilyn Denis with a Lifetime Achievement Award, honouring a Canadian for a lifetime of work that has had a profound impact on the media industry at home or abroad. Currently the long-running co-host of mornings on Toronto's CHUM 104.5, Marilyn Denis joins Broadcast Dialog…
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Omayra Issa has been recognized by the World Economic Forum as a Young Global Leader, chosen from thousands of applicants under 40 from around the world. Born in Morocco and raised in Niger and Saskatchewan, she joined CPAC (Cable Public Affairs Channel) earlier this year after a decade with CBC/Radio-Canada, filing across television, radio and dig…
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Stolen: Surviving St. Michael's, the second season of Connie Walker's podcast for Gimlet Media, delved into her own family's history with residential school abuse, marking a breakthrough for the investigative journalist who has been recognized with a Pulitzer Prize and Peabody Award, among other accolades, including making the Time 100 list of most…
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After helming afternoon drive on Calgary's Q107 for six years, Tarzan Dan Freeman was unexpectedly laid off less than 10 days before Christmas in 2022, followed by what he says was one of his hardest years ever convinced his radio career was most likely over. But like every good comeback story, Freeman now finds himself with a new coast-to-coast sh…
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Roz & Mocha will celebrate 15 years on-air together this August. Originating from Toronto's KiSS 92.5 (CKIS-FM) and heard across Rogers Sports & Media's KiSS radio network, we welcome the morning duo to Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast to talk about The History of Roz & Mocha - a new audio docuseries exploring their origin story. Among other topics…
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Analytics represent another area of explosive technological growth as broadcast manufacturers embrace descriptive analytics. That includes Dielectric, which is sprinkling in a pinch of predictive modelling to make systemic changes to its design and production process for antennas. Dielectric President Keith Pelletier joins this special, sponsored e…
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Yellowknife online radio station Cabin Radio was denied an FM licence last year. But then, last summer's wildfires threatened the community of 20,000. That's prompted the CRTC to announce that it is re-opening applications to serve the market after Cabin Radio's appeal for an exception. Ollie Williams, the editor of Cabin Radio, joins Broadcast Dia…
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"Murphy's Logic" is the title of longtime CTV Atlantic anchorman Steve Murphy's latest book, the name of his long-running opinion segment on CTV Atlantic News at Six. Murphy joins us on Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast to share his insights after 45 years in the news business, including his takes on media bias, the future of journalism, and more. S…
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Just in time for International Women's Day, Canadian media personality, producer, and host Sarah Burke, has announced the launch of the Women In Media Network, a new home for women and gender-diverse podcasters. Burke joins us on Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast to talk about why she feels it's time to shake up the Canadian podcast landscape and st…
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The federal government spent more than $86 million on advertising during fiscal 2022-23. 71% of that was with digital media, including nearly $14 million that went to social platforms like Facebook, Instagram and TikTok. Just 14% or $2.68 million was radio ad time. Steve Jones, Senior Vice-President of Brands & Content for Stingray Radio, returns t…
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With radio's viability in question as of late, we welcome Trey Morris of the Center for Sales Strategy to Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast to talk about the latest CSS Media Sales Report. Among other hot button issues we tackle are striking the right hybrid work balance, selling in what's agreed is the hardest-ever climate to get that first appoint…
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World Radio Day this year is all about celebrating radio's second century of service as one of the most dependable and widely used forms of media across the globe. To mark the day this year, the National Campus & Community Radio Association (NCRA) and Farm Radio International are hosting a live broadcast from downtown Ottawa on Carleton University'…
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Bell is undertaking its largest restructuring initiative in 30 years, announcing it’s reducing its workforce by 4,800 positions and selling 45 of its 103 radio stations, pending CRTC approval. Seven independent buyers, including Vista Radio, are poised to acquire those divested radio properties. Vista President Bryan Edwards joins us on this episod…
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Amanda Cupido is among the new faces that have joined the Radio Trailblazers, the organization recognizing women who've blazed new trails in radio for almost 20 years, as it issues its call for nominations for the Rosalie Award, annually handed out during Canadian Music Week (CMW) in the spirit of legendary CKLW music director Rosalie Trombley. Cup…
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The Canadian Journalism Forum on Violence and Trauma, the Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) and the Carleton University School of Journalism are hosting a special series of online industry forums tackling the critical issue of the mental health and well-being of those in the news industry. "Taking Care in News: 2024 industry discussions on …
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Finding what makes you or your brand stand out is the mission of Steve Pratt's new endeavour The Department of Differentiation. Launched with partners Jennifer Ouano, one of Pratt's former co-founders at Pacific Content, and Deborah Coll - an executive strategist who has worked with 980 CKNW, the Vancouver Canucks and Grizzlies, and Expedia - the n…
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Over 40 years, MusicMaster has forged a path to become the world's most flexible and intuitive music scheduling system. Jerry Parker is Director of Technical Services for MusicMaster. And with the bench strength of he and the entire team, it’s no wonder the company has a lock on the Canadian marketplace -- with MusicMaster Pro and MusicMaster CS – …
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The Canadian Radio Awards are here! In this special bonus episode, we go over the results and give you our thoughts on the lineup this year, speaking to some of the winners about their year in radio. The categories and their winners are as follows: Station of the Year - presented by NLogic Major - 94.5 Virgin Radio (CFBT-FM), Bell Media, Vancouver …
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Durham Radio President and Founder Doug Kirk is the recipient of this year's Ontario Association of Broadcasters (OAB) board-nominated lifetime achievement honour. Kirk, who has grown Durham Radio from a single station in Ajax, ON in 1994 to seven stations today, used his acceptance speech to take aim at the CRTC - which was notably absent from thi…
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Beyond bringing film to audiences, the Vancouver International Film Festival (VIFF) has made an effort in recent years to explore new technology and champion local artists and tech talent. VIFF presented the second edition of Signals at this year's festival, in partnership with DigiBC, an interactive exhibition featuring 35 curated projects that in…
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CPAC President & CEO Christa Dickensen, who joined CPAC from Telefilm almost exactly one year ago, joins us on Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast to talk about her return to the channel at a time when journalism is in jeopardy and the broadcast landscape undergoing complex transformation. Under the mentorship of Rogers' Vice-Chair Phil Lind over the …
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Dielectric has taken part in its share of RF installations at iconic transmission sites, from atop Mount Wilson in Los Angeles to One World Trade Center in New York City. Dielectric recently installed an antenna system to support transmission for WEDW-DT, part of the Connecticut Public Television (CPTV) PBS member network that has now improved reac…
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Troy Schaab - better known by his on-air handle Troy Stevens - the former co-founder and President of L.A. Radio Group - the original licensee of KRAZE FM (CKIK-FM) Red Deer and Sunny 94 (CJUV-FM) Lacombe, Alberta - has penned a memoir reliving his 24 years in radio. In his words "Go With Me On This" is "simply a story about a Saskatchewan farm kid…
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Charles Adler doesn't have a lot of time or love left for radio anymore. The veteran talk host, who parted ways with Corus Radio in 2021, transitioned into podcasting earlier this summer with the launch of The Charles Adler Show, in partnership with Crier Media and the Sound Off Podcast Network, making his podcasting debut at #1 on the Canadian New…
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At a time when most radio stations are maximizing their voice tracking, airing syndicated programming, or introducing listeners to AI-generated content in off-peak listening hours, Durham's Radio's 94.9 The Rock (CKGE-FM) - licensed to Oshawa, ON - has gone in the opposite direction, launching a live overnight show hosted by cable TV and MuchMusic …
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Among the recurring themes out of the many discussions that took place - both on stage and off - at the inaugural Radiodays North America event, were the need to attract younger audiences, shifting consumer listening habits, including the ongoing battle for in-car, audience measurement challenges, and of course the artificial intelligence vs. authe…
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Jenny West, one-half of the afternoon drive show on Pattison Media's The Zone @ 91-3 (CJZN-FM) in Victoria, is this year's Allan Waters Young Broadcaster of the Year, annually presented in memory of late programmer Steve Young. West joined us on Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast in advance of Canadian Music Week in Toronto where she received her awa…
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On this special edition of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, we bring you the opportunity to listen in on a conversation from the recent BC Association of Broadcasters (BCAB) Conference between Pattison Media President Rod Schween and Jimmy Pattison, CEO and Chairman of the Board of Jim Pattison Group. Now 94, Pattison still goes into the office si…
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With Radiodays set to make its North American debut June 8-9, during Canadian Music Week in Toronto, we welcome General Manager and CEO Peter Niegel, and Head of Programming, Nik Goodman, to the podcast. Peter and Nik join us to talk about bringing the spirit of Radiodays to this side of the pond, all the buzz from Radiodays Europe in Prague, and m…
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Veteran Toronto radio personality Maie Pauts is the recipient of the 2023 Rosalie Award, recognizing Canadian women who’ve blazed new trails in radio, named for legendary CKLW Windsor Music Director Rosalie Trombley. Pauts, who this year is marking her fourth decade on-air, is currently heard in middays on Stingray’s boom 97.3 (CHBM-FM) Toronto. Sh…
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On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, we bring you part two of our recap from NAB Show 2023. If a theme emerged this year, it was the proliferation of Artificial Intelligence-powered solutions and virtual production on the show floor, inducing feelings from apprehension to excitement for their potential. We also talk to MaxxKonnect P…
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This episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast is the first in a series recapping NAB Show 2023 in Las Vegas, starting with a conversation with David Grindle, the Executive Director of SMPTE (Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers), who took the helm of the organization last July. We also catch up with Paul Beck, President of the Muse…
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Tracy Moore, the award-winning host of Citytv's Cityline, has been honoured by the Canadian Academy of Cinema & Television with The Changemaker Award, recognizing a Canadian media personality using their voice or platform to call out systemic racism and discrimination and promote values of equity and inclusion. Moore joins us on this episode of Bro…
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It's been a few years since the Canadian Screen Awards took place in front of a live audience, but in a few weeks Canadian Screen Week makes its in-person return with seven awards shows celebrating Canada's screen media and the talent behind it, culminating in a star-studded broadcast special on CBC on April 16, hosted by comedian Samantha Bee. Tam…
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Over the last number of years, RTDNA Canada's membership had dwindled to just over 100 members as newsrooms tighten budgets and freeze travel for news directors. However, under the leadership of current president Lis Travers, numbers have rebounded over the last few months as the association looks to evolve with the industry. Travers joins us on th…
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Jeff Elgie is the CEO of Village Media, a growing network of more than two dozen local news sites that run on the Sault Ste. Marie company's proprietary content management system that it also licenses to other publishers. In this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, Elgie takes us inside the company's business model and its recent push into…
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Radiodays North America will make its debut in Toronto, June 8-9. Replacing the long-running Radio Active conference that's historically taken place during Canadian Music Week, CMW has patnered with Radiodays Europe to bring the conference brand to North America. On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, we welcome Ross Davies, one of th…
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Rick Lewchuk, who most recently served as Senior Vice President, Creative Marketing and Brand Standards for CNN Worldwide, has unveiled his new firm Film at 11 Marketing, providing coaching for news, sports, and entertainment marketers. For over a decade, Lewchuk oversaw on-air and off-channel brand and marketing for all CNN Worldwide businesses in…
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There are few modern radio programs in the storytelling genre that have resonated with audiences like The Vinyl Cafe. Hosted by the late Stuart McLean, the long-running CBC Radio show, aired from 1994 to 2016, in addition to public radio in the U.S. and UK. For the first time, The Vinyl Cafe's longtime producer Jess Milton is sharing behind-the-sce…
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The Canada Media Fund (CMF) has released its 11th annual Key Trends Report, exploring how the screen-based industries might evolve in the coming years, including where advertising, viewer habits, and media technology are headed. On this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast, we welcome the CMF's Richard Koo, VP, Analytics & Strategic Insights…
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Tessa Potter, President of WABE (Western Association of Broadcast Engineers) - the first woman to lead the volunteer organization - joins us on this episode of Broadcast Dialogue - The Podcast to talk about the state of broadcast engineering, the challenges of training the next generation, the importance of industry connection, and plans for WABE's…
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After two years of virtual events, the Canadian Media Producers Association's Prime Time, Canada's pre-eminent conference for media production, broadcasting, distribution and media policy, makes its in-person return, Feb. 1-3 in Ottawa. Andrew Addison, CMPA's Vice-President of Communications, Marketing & Membership, joins us on this episode of Broa…
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The current reality is that it's harder than ever to do investigative journalism amidst a broken freedom of information system and tight resources, in the shadow of bigger-than-ever crisis PR machines. The Investigative Journalism Foundation (IJF) has launched in Canada aimed at helping change that with the introduction of a series of searchable da…
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If you attended Ontario Association of Broadcasters Connection '22, you may have taken in the first panel of this year's conference, The Wizards of Aus, looking at the moment of resurgence radio is having in Australia. Part of that growth is attributed to Boomtown - a collaboration between Southern Cross Austereo, Prime Media Group, WIN Network, Au…
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While the issue of CanCon quotas is contentious, CKIQ-FM Iqaluit recently took the bold step of revamping its format to an all-Canadian playlist. The move, in part, was in response to a previous CRTC violation for failing to meet Canadian Content quotas because of challenges presented by the MAPL formula, which determines how Canadian or un-Canadia…
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Earlier this year, ACTRA Toronto undertook a survey looking at the extreme vocal work that video games are now demanding of voice actors. It found roughly 40% of members asked almost always experience vocal fatigue or stress during such a voiceover session with another 20% finding it hard to recover vocally. In response to those concerns, Universit…
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Matt Cundill introduces this special edition of the podcast recapping our 2022 Broadcast Dialogue Canadian Radio Awards winners announcement. Matt & Broadcast Dialogue Editor Connie Thiessen are joined by winners Rob Seguin, Wendy Duff, Adele Newton, Stu Jeffries, Troy McCallum, and jurors Randy Reid and ChiChi Liu. See Privacy Policy at https://ar…
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The Ontario Association of Broadcasters (OAB) Connection '22 came back with a bang as it returned in-person for the first time since 2019. If there was a theme that emerged this year, it's that radio, in particular, is faced with more uncertainty than ever amid audience and advertising pressures and questions around a changing regulatory landscape.…
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