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Nov 30

The Future of Canadian Telecommunications and Broadcasting

  • The Future of Canadian Telecommunications and Broadcasting
Ottawa ON, Fairmont Château Laurier (MacDonald Room, Mezzanine Level), 1 Rideau Street

Special Policy Conference

Convening government leaders, industry experts and key policy influencers, the C.D. Howe Institute’s Special Policy Conference on telecommunications and broadcasting will discuss the current and future landscape in Canada. Register today to join the discussion on this constantly evolving sector. We will be discussing the future of broadcasting, Canadian content, the consumer perspective and competition and regulatory policy as it relates to the sector.

Please see below for an overview of the confirmed speakers and sessions or click C.D. Howe Institute Telecommunications and Broadcasting Agenda.pdf

Confirmed Speakers Include: 

  • Michael Wolff

  • Vicky Eatrides, Deputy Commissioner, Competition Promotion Branch, Competition Bureau

  • Richard Stursberg, Former Vice President, CBC/Radio Canada

Sessions Include: 

  • Session I: From over-the-air to Internet TV: The future of broadcasting 

  • Session II: Canadian Content in the future 

  • Session III: Keynote Luncheon with Michael Wolff, Television is the New Television: The Unexpected Triumph of Old Media in the Digital Age 

  • Session IV: What does the consumer see: content in a globally integrated sector 

  • Session V: The future of Canadian competition and regulatory policy in telecommunications and broadcasting 

Monday, November 30, 2015 - 09:00 to 16:00
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