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  1. 1. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunication commission (CRTC)<br />Presenters: AQIL HOMAYUN 100703010<br /> ABDULLA GAILANI 100679202<br />
  2. 2. Table of Content<br />History of the CRTC<br />The First Act<br />Milestones in the Evolution of CRTC<br />About the CRTC <br />Mandate <br />Broadcasting<br />Telecommunication<br />Activities<br />Summary and Conclusion<br />
  3. 3. History<br /><ul><li>The Telecommunications Under The Railway Act
  4. 4. The Telephone and telegraph companies were regulated by board of Railway commissioners under the Railway Act
  5. 5. Telephone service rates
  6. 6. Ordering the interconnection of telephone systems
  7. 7. Installing lines along highways and other public places (1)</li></li></ul><li>History<br /><ul><li>The Canadian Radio Broadcasting Commission was established in 1932 by Federal Parliament to regulate all broadcasting in Canada.
  8. 8. Commissions, studies, hearings and legislation on how best to regulate broadcasting and telecommunications (1) </li></li></ul><li>History <br />In 1968 The Canadian Radio and Television Commission Replaced the Board of Broadcast Governors. (3)<br />In 1976 The Canadian Radio and Television Commission Expanded the Commission that included the Telecommunications Companies. (The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission) (1)<br />
  9. 9. Milestones <br />In 1852 the Telegraph Act was passed<br />The Radiotelegraph Act was passed in 1905 making it the first Canadian legislation about wireless telegraph<br />The first radio station to schedule regular programming was XWA Montreal in 1919<br />(1)<br />
  10. 10. Milestones <br />Parliament set up a committee for broadcasting in 1932 and passes the Canadian Radio Broadcasting Act (CRBC)<br />The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation was created in 1936 to replaces the CRBC and takes over the Commission's staff and facilities (8 public stations and 14 private stations)<br />(1)<br />
  11. 11. Milestones <br />The same year the Department of Transportation was created to handle the responsibilities of telecommunication.<br />In 1937, through the Department of Transportation a conference was organized, and attending the party was the government of a number of countries in the Americas. They discussed distribution of frequencies. Canada got six unoccupied frequencies plus limited or shared frequencies. In result, Canada gets more powerful transmitters and expand networks. With this new agreement, 76% of the population can hear the radio up from 49% (1)<br />
  12. 12. Milestones <br />Announcers and technicians joined the Canadian Armed Forces in England in 1939 to set up Radio Canada's overseas service to help with war.<br />1942 was the birth of telecommunication advertisement. The Canadian Association of Broadcasters calls on advertising associations to settle pricing for air time.(1)<br />
  13. 13. Milestones <br />Canadian television was launched in 1952 (CBC) which opened in London, Ontario.<br />1958 was the launch of CBC’s Northern service (radio). The Board of Broadcast Governors (BBG), takes over CBC’s regulatory duties. The BBG regulates Canadian broadcasting, including the CBC and private broadcasters. Their goal was to regulate Canadian programming. <br />(1)<br />
  14. 14. Milestones <br />Canada announces its policy on coloured television in 1965. It wasn’t until 1966 for coloured television to be launched.(1)<br />
  15. 15. About<br /><ul><li> The Canadian Radio-Television Telecommunication Commission is an independent public commission that regulate the canadian broadcasting and telecommunication
  16. 16. The CRTC works to serve the needs and interests of citizens, industries, interest groups and the government.
  17. 17. Reports through the Minister of Canadian Heritage to Parliament (2)</li></li></ul><li>Mandate<br />The CRTC Authorized to ensure that both broadcasting and telecommunication systems serve the Canadian public <br />The CRTC uses the goals in the broadcasting Act and the Telecommunication Act to guide its policy decisions. (2)<br />
  18. 18. Broadcasting <br />The CRTC ensures wide variety of high-quality Canadian programming as well as access to employment opportunities in the broadcasting system for Canadians. (2)<br />
  19. 19. Telecommunications<br />The CRTC ensures that telephone and other telecommunications companies provide Canadians with affordable prices. (2) <br />
  20. 20. Activities<br /><ul><li>Over 2000 Broadcasting Including TV, AM and FM Radio the companies
  21. 21. Issuing, renewing and amending broadcasting licenses
  22. 22. Making decisions on mergers, acquisitions and changes of ownership in broadcasting
  23. 23. Approving tariffs and certain agreements for the telecommunications industry (2)</li></li></ul><li>Activities <br /><ul><li>Issuing Licenses for international telecommunications services whose network allow telephone users to make and receive Calls outside Canadian borders
  24. 24. Encouraging competition in telecommunications Markets
  25. 25. Responding t o requests for information and concerns about broadcasting and telecommunications issues (2)</li></li></ul><li>Usage Based Billing <br /><br /><br />
  26. 26. Summary and conclusion <br />The CRTC compliments both the public, broadcasting and telecommunication corporation <br />Without the CRTC, corporations would charge us to their likings. Plus the CRTC keeps the nature of the Canadian culture<br />The downside is, sometimes they appose the opinion of the public. At the end of the day, they should take for account our opinion because everything they show is for the public’s interest/entertainment. <br />
  27. 27. References<br /> (1)<br /> (2)<br /> (3)<br />,r:0,s:0&tx=165&ty=81 (BELL)<br /> <br />,r:1,s:0<br />
  28. 28. References<br />,r:4,s:0<br />,r:0,s:0 (GLOBLE)<br />,r:0,s:0 (CTV)<br /> <br />,r:9,s:0 (MOBLIE)<br />
  29. 29. Thanks <br />Questions<br />