In 2018, the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) announced that it had voted to expand advertising rights to digital platforms like YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.
These new digital platforms will be able to host content and ads that can be viewed on TVs, phones and tablets and can be sold or promoted on any device.
The CAB also confirmed that its digital rights are still being negotiated.
The new digital rights will allow broadcasters to run ads on the CBC, CBC News, CTV, CdnNews.ca, CBC Radio, CBC Television and CBC Radio Canada, and to run commercials on all CBC TV and Radio platforms.
There are a number of other digital platforms in play, including Google News, YouTube, and Hulu Plus.
It’s a big change for the CBC.
But if you think that the CBC has been quiet, consider the CBC is currently the only Canadian broadcaster that does not broadcast in English.
And the CBC still is one of the most popular Canadian television networks.
What will this mean for the Canadian public?
The announcement that the CAB has voted to open up digital rights to new platforms has been welcomed by Canadian advertisers.
It means the CSA will now be able provide the CBC with the resources and content it needs to reach an audience that is both engaged with its programming and willing to pay for it.
The CBC is already the most watched and most popular television network in Canada.
It has a well-deserved reputation as a trusted source of Canadian information and content, and is a key part of the country’s cultural fabric.
This new digital platform is another step in that journey.
But what about other Canadian broadcasters?
Will they follow the lead of the CBC and the CBC’s digital platform?
Will other broadcasters follow the CBC?
What about the CBC that has a Canadian TV service that competes with online competitors like Netflix?
What if other Canadian television companies decided to enter the digital space?
Will those companies follow the CBA’s lead and offer their own digital platforms?
The CBC has its own network, The Current, that has been around since the mid-1990s and is still the most-watched CBC television channel.
The Current is owned by CTV and CBC-owned TVA.
The current network is one-third Canadian.
What happens to The Current in 2018?
The Current will not continue as a Canadian broadcaster in 2018.
The broadcaster will no longer be part of CBA negotiations, and its Canadian content will no more be available for sale on platforms like Facebook and Google News.
However, the Current will continue to be a popular Canadian TV channel, with over one million viewers a week.
The programming of The Current has not changed.
However it will no long be the only CBC-Canadian television channel to offer online programming.
Many other Canadian TV channels will be competing in the digital advertising space.
But, will Canadian broadcasters follow suit?
The CBA has a plan for how Canadian broadcasters will compete with Canadian-owned digital platforms.
The plan involves creating a Canadian Broadcasting Council (CBC) digital platform that will provide Canadians with digital content that will be available through all Canadian- owned television stations and online.
The digital platform will be a hybrid of existing CBC-branded digital content and Canadian-produced programming.
The commission has made clear that it intends to continue to offer its CBC services as they are today.
It also wants Canadian broadcasters to keep their existing Canadian TV networks, and will also continue to sell digital subscriptions to the CBCs current Canadian cable subscribers.
In other words, the CBC will continue broadcasting in the same way as it has for decades, with the same services available through Canadian cable and satellite providers.
The only difference now is that Canadians will be purchasing digital subscriptions and TV channels through Canadian networks and online platforms, rather than through the CCA’s existing Canadian cable or satellite providers or the CBC itself.
What is the impact of this news on the future of CBCs Canadian content?
The news is not great for Canadian broadcasters, but it is a welcome development.
It seems that the Canadian broadcasting system is well on its way to achieving a Canadian television-like experience, with Canadian TV broadcasters offering programming to a Canadian audience that has never been heard from in the U.S. or in Canada before.
The news may also give Canadian broadcasters some extra bargaining power, as Canadian broadcasters would no longer have to pay the CAA a licence fee for the right to broadcast their programming on their own platforms.
It may also help Canadian broadcasters reach a broader Canadian audience and increase the size of their audience.
The impact of the news is unlikely to be felt immediately, but the CBC should be prepared for it and will be more proactive in negotiating with the CEA.
What does this mean?
The new Canadian digital rights open up the CDA to Canadian television broadcasters and other Canadian digital media companies to enter an increasingly competitive digital marketplace.
It will allow Canadian broadcasters and others to compete with American-owned platforms like