Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Bell head meddled in news coverage of CRTC ruling: Globe

"The owners of Canada’s largest private broadcaster, CTV, and the country’s television regulator have been locking horns for months as the TV network complained about a series of regulatory decisions. Now those tensions appear to have boiled over," The Globe and Mail reports.
"Sources say that when the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission decided last week to unbundle cable packages, Kevin Crull, president of Bell Media, which owns CTV, became furious and intervened in the way the network’s journalists covered the news," the newspaper's media reporter, James Bradshaw, reports.
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