Broadcasting

Cord-Cutting in Canada Increases for TV Subscribers

While it was certainly another big year for wireless and Internet business in Canada, cord-cutters are slowly denting broadcasters’ profits. While it isn’t a large number in the scheme of things, cord-cutting continues to chip away at the traditional television sector, a trend that industry watchers expect will continue on into this year. According to a […]

CRTC Reports Revenue Drop as Canadians Move Online for Radio and TV

According to the 2016 Communications Monitoring Report released by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), revenue for the entire broadcasting sector including radio, television and television service providers dropped by 1.6% to $17.9 billion in 2015, the Financial Post is reporting. The federal broadcast regulator says that Canadians increasingly listening to music and watching...

Over 80% of Mobile Podcast Listeners Use Apple’s iOS Devices

As the popularity of podcasting continues to increase, new data suggests that Apple continues to dominate the broadcasting industry that it helped create, with 82 percent of podcast listeners using an iOS device. According to a report from Clammr, 78 percent of the podcast listeners who use iOS device use Apple’s built-in Podcasts app. Apple’s...