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Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission

.) -- agency_type parent_department Canadian Heritage (Department of Canadian Heritage) parent_agency child1_agency child2_agency keydocument1 website The '''Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission''' ('''CRTC''',

(Édifice central) of Les Terrasses de la Chaudière in Gatineau, Quebec. Contact Us." Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission. Retrieved on February 4, 2011. "At the Central Office Les Terrasses de la Chaudière Central Building 1 Promenade du Portage Gatineau, Quebec J8X 4B1." Address in French: "À l'administration centrale Les Terrasses de la Chaudière


Singapore in Malaysia

Television Malaysia (Singapura) (Radio Televisyen Malaysia) (28 December 1963–9 August 1965 (Singapore in Malaysia) Radio Television Singapore Channel 5 (RTS-5) (9 August 1965 (Singapore in Malaysia)–31 January 1980) Singapore Broadcasting Corporation Fifth Frequency Channel 5 (SBC-5) (1 February 1980-31 December 1993) Television Corporation

August 1965 Radio Television Singapore Channel 5 (RTS-5) (9 August 1965 (Singapore in Malaysia)–31 January 1980) Singapore Broadcasting Corporation Fifth Frequency Channel 5 (SBC-5) (1 February 1980-31 December 1993) Television Corporation of Singapore Fifth Frequency Channel 5 (TCS-5) (1 January 1994-12 February 2001) br >

Television Malaysia (Singapura) (Radio Televisyen Malaysia) (28 December 1963–9 August 1965 (Singapore in Malaysia) Radio Television Singapore Channel 5 (RTS-5) (9 August 1965 (Singapore in Malaysia)–31 January 1980) Singapore Broadcasting Corporation Fifth Frequency Channel 5 (SBC-5) (1 February 1980-31 December 1993) Television Corporation


Leamington, Ontario

(French (French language)) - CTV Two Broadcasts from Stevenson (Stevenson, Ontario), northeast of Wheatley, serving Chatham–Kent, Leamington (Leamington, Ontario), and Essex County (Essex County, Ontario) - style "vertical-align: top; text-align: left;" Coverage The station is also carried on cable television services in Sanilac County, Michigan. It can also be picked up over-the-air in Erie, Pennsylvania. In 2007, the Canadian Radio-television

Leamington , and Sarnia) parts of Southwestern Ontario. On May 9, 2008, the CRTC approved the station's application to launch a low-power nested FM rebroadcaster (CBE-1-FM) in Windsor, at 102.3 FM. CRTC Decision 2008-102. Six months later, on November 13, 2008, the CBC applied to the CRTC (Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission) to convert CBE from the AM band to the FM band at 97.5 FM

, Ontario - The station also has a rebroadcast transmitter ('''CBEF-1-FM''') in Leamington (Leamington, Ontario), on 103.1 FM (FM radio). Due to AM reception issues in downtown Windsor, CBEF has also been approved by the CRTC (Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission) to operate a 620-watt rebroadcaster in Windsor at 105.5 MHz, provided that does not interfere with stations at or near this frequency, such as WWWM-FM in Toledo, Ohio Toledo


Hearst, Ontario

francophone university-level institution in the province. By 1980, Conrad divested himself of his broadcast holdings, primarily because he was refused permission to operate a cable service in the north, as authorities feared a monopoly. His communication companies were in a financial crisis, due to aggressive competition for advertising dollars in small markets. As a result, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission approved a merger into the Mid-Canada


Greater Sudbury

. Until 1980, CKNY and CHNB aggressively competed with each other for advertising dollars, leaving both in a precarious financial position due to the North Bay market's relatively small size. In 1980, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission approved the merger of the two stations, along with their co-owned stations in Sudbury (Greater Sudbury) and Timmins, into the MCTV (Mid-Canada Communications) twinstick. 2001-02 In early 2001, Baird announced

CRTC (Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission) approval on January 6, 2011 to launch a new French language radio station in the region. Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2011-2 For example, in the 2003 boundary adjustment, the boundary commission in Ontario originally proposed dividing the city of Greater Sudbury into three districts. The urban core would have remained largely unchanged as Sudbury (electoral

Electoral Boundaries Commission for Ontario. In a 2005 Canadian dispute, Rogers Communications and Newcap Broadcasting had a joint sales agreement pertaining to CHNO-FM in Sudbury (Greater Sudbury), Ontario, but community interests and the lobby group Friends of Canadian Broadcasting presented substantial evidence to the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission that in practice, the agreement was a ''de facto'' LMA, going significantly beyond


Serbia and Montenegro

carried out pro-independence policies, and political tensions with Serbia simmered despite political changes in Belgrade. Kosovo War thumb right 200px The ''Zašto?'' ("Why?") Monument, dedicated to the employees of the Radio Television of Serbia ( Radio Television of Serbia RTS (File:Zasto.jpg)) who were killed during NATO bombing of the RTS building in 1999. With Milošević's second and last legal term as Serbian President expiring in 1997, he ran

was last participated in 1992 (Eurovision Song Contest 1992). Radio Television of Serbia broadcast the show, opening the possibility of debuting as Serbia and Montenegro for the 2003 (Eurovision Song Contest 2003). - id "CS" CS Serbia and Montenegro 2006-09 CSXX (ISO 3166-3#CSXX) Code taken from name in Serbian (Serbian language): ''

to a scandal in the selection process (Evropesma#2006 event and controversy), which has caused tensions between the Serbian broadcaster, RTS (Radio Television of Serbia), and the Montenegran broadcaster, RTCG. Serbia and Montenegro did retain voting rights for the contest. Serbia and Montenegro's withdrawal left a vacancy in the final. In the delegations meeting on 20 March, it was decided that Croatia, who finished 11th in the 2005 Contest, would fill the empty spot. * Italy did not take part


Elliot Lake

In 1976, the Hyland family sold its radio, television and cable interests to Huron Broadcasting, owned by a group of businessmen from the Sault and Sudbury (Greater Sudbury). Huron also bought CKCY (CKCY (AM)), CKCY-FM, CJNR (CJNR (AM)) in Blind River (Blind River, Ontario), CKNR (CKNR-FM) in Elliot Lake and CKNS (CKNS (AM)) in Espanola, Ontario


Memramcook, New Brunswick

Acadians in southeast New Brunswick, especially among youth, near Moncton, Dieppe (Dieppe, New Brunswick), Memramcook (Memramcook, New Brunswick) and Shediac (Shediac, New Brunswick). It is a more recent development of the French language, spurred by exposure to dominant English-language media (radio, television, internet) and increased urbanization to Moncton and contact with the dominant Anglophone (English Canadian) community in the area since the 1960s especially. The word itself is generally considered a derivation of the name "Shediac (Shediac, New Brunswick)", a town in the area. Arsenault played an important role in organizing the first two Acadian national conventions which were held in Memramcook, New Brunswick in 1881 and Miscouche, Prince Edward Island in 1884. A radio station repeater, CJSE-FM-1 (CJSE-FM) out of Memramcook, New Brunswick received CRTC approval to move from 101.7 MHz to another FM frequency on April 13, 2010 to prevent co-channel interference with CKDH after its move to FM. On June 17, 2011, Maritime Broadcasting System received approval from the CRTC to increase CKDH-FM's average ERP (effective radiated power) from 18,700 to 23,000 watts, by decreasing the effective height of antenna above average terrain from 32 to 16 meters and by relocating its transmitter. Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2011-380 It was created in 2006 (New Brunswick electoral redistribution, 2006) as a result the large population increase in the City of Dieppe (Dieppe, New Brunswick). The district was carved largely out of the old riding of Dieppe-Memramcook taking about 1 5 of Dieppe, the village of Memramcook (Memramcook, New Brunswick) and surrounding areas. The community of Lakeville (Lakeville, New Brunswick) is also a part of this riding having come from the neighbouring district of Moncton Crescent. *1880, the Society of Saint John the Baptiste invites Francophones from all over North America to a congress in Quebec City *July 20–21, 1881, Acadian leaders organize the first Acadian National Convention in Memramcook, New Brunswick which had for its goal to take care of the general interests of the Acadian population. More than 5,000 Acadians participated in the convention. It was decided that August 15, the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, would be chosen to celebrate Acadian culture as National Acadian Day. Other debates at the convention centered around education, agriculture, emigration, colonization, and newspapers, and these same issues would arise at subsequent conventions. *At the second convention, on August 15, 1884, in Miscouche, Prince Edward Island, the Acadian flag, an anthem - Ave Maris Stella, and a motto - ''L'union fait la force'' were adopted. Issues discuss


Georgetown, Ontario

the Niagara Escarpment, such as north of Georgetown, Ontario, where it actually continues under glacial till and reappears farther north. Retirement and nationalistic protest As the 1970s progressed, he retired to his farm in Norval, near Georgetown (Georgetown, Ontario), Ontario, to protest the lack of support given to Canadian stories by the policies of the Federal government, particularly the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC). He also


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