1st Edition

Broadcasting in Canada

By E.S. Hallman, H. Hindley Copyright 1977

    Broadcasting in Canada (1977) examines the unique challenges to broadcasting in the country: the size of the country, its small, dispersed population, and two official languages make radio and television coverage a difficult and costly enterprise. These conditions and pressures have led Canadians to construct a broadcasting system in which both public and private initiative have roles to play in bringing radio and television services to the community.

    1. The Canadian Environment for Broadcasting  2. The Evolution of Broadcasting in Canada  3. The Present Broadcasting Structure  4. Laws and Regulations Governing Broadcasting  5. Institutional Relationships in Broadcasting  6. Constitutional Complaints Procedure  7. Broadcasting Organisations  8. National Communications Policy  9. Broadcasting in the Future


    E.S. Hallman with H. Hindley