Standing Senate Committee on Transport and Communications
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  • The current state of Canadian media industries; emerging trends and developments in these industries; the media’s role, rights, and responsibilities in Canadian society; and current and appropriate future policies relating thereto
    • Ms. Sarah Crawford; Vice-President, Public Affairs (From CHUM Ltd.)
    • Mr. Peter Miller, Vice-President, Planning and Regulatory Affairs (From CHUM Ltd.)
    • Mr. Jay Switzer, President and Chief Executive Officer (From CHUM Ltd.)
Room 160-S, Centre Block 37-2 [Link to the notice of this meeting]
  • The current state of Canadian media industries; emerging trends and developments in these industries; the media’s role, rights, and responsibilities in Canadian society; and current and appropriate future policies relating thereto
    • John M. Cassaday, President and Chief Executive Officer (Corus Entertainment Inc.)
    • John P. Hayes, President, Corus Radio (Corus Entertainment Inc.)
    • Kathleen McNair, Vice-President, Corporate and Regulatory Affairs, General Counsel (Corus Entertainment Inc.)
    • Paul Robertson, President, Corus Television and Nelvana (Corus Entertainment Inc.)
Room 505, Victoria Building 37-2 [Link to the notice of this meeting]
  • The current state of Canadian media industries; emerging trends and developments in these industries; the media’s role, rights, and responsibilities in Canadian society; and current and appropriate future policies relating thereto
    • Mr. André Préfontaine, President (From Transcontinental Media Inc.)
Room 160-S, Centre Block 37-2 [Link to the notice of this meeting]
  • The current state of Canadian media industries; emerging trends and developments in these industries; the media’s role, rights, and responsibilities in Canadian society; and current and appropriate future policies relating thereto
    • Luc Lavoie, Executive Vice-President, Corporate Affairs (Quebecor Inc.)
Room 505, Victoria Building 37-2 [Link to the notice of this meeting]
  • The current state of Canadian media industries; emerging trends and developments in these industries; the media’s role, rights, and responsibilities in Canadian society; and current and appropriate future policies relating thereto
    • Tony Burman, Editor in Chief, CBC News, Current Affairs and Newsworld, CBC Radio, TV and cbc.ca (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation)
    • Robert Rabinovitch, President and Chief Executive Officer (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation)
    • Claude Saint-Laurent, Special Advisor to the President and Chair, Journalistic Standards and Practices (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation)
    • Alain Saulnier, General Director of Information, French Radio (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation)
    • Carole Taylor, Chair, Board of Directors (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation)
Room 257, East Block 37-2 [Link to the notice of this meeting]
  • The current state of Canadian media industries; emerging trends and developments in these industries; the media’s role, rights, and responsibilities in Canadian society; and current and appropriate future policies relating thereto
    • Armande Saint-Jean, Professor, Department of Literature and Communications, University of Sherbrooke (As an individual)
Room 505, Victoria Building 37-2 [Link to the notice of this meeting]
  • The current state of Canadian media industries; emerging trends and developments in these industries; the media’s role, rights, and responsibilities in Canadian society; and current and appropriate future policies relating thereto
    • Arthur Lewis, Director General (Our Public Airwaves)
    • Sheila Petzold, Chair of the Coordinating Committee (Our Public Airwaves)
    • Doug Willard, Past President of the Canadian Teachers' Federation (Our Public Airwaves)
  • Consideration of a draft agenda (future business)
    • Consideration of a draft agenda (future business)
Room 160-S, Centre Block* 37-2 [Link to the notice of this meeting]
Partial In Camera
  • The current state of Canadian media industries; emerging trends and developments in these industries; the media’s role, rights, and responsibilities in Canadian society; and current and appropriate future policies relating thereto
    • Ken Engelhart, Vice-President, Regulatory Law (Rogers Communications Inc.)
    • Philip B. Lind, Vice-Chairman (Rogers Communications Inc.)
    • Brian Segal, President and Chief Executive Officer (Rogers Publishing Limited)
    • Alain Strati, Director, Regulatory Affairs (Rogers Communications Inc.)
    • Anthony P. Viner, President (Rogers Media Inc.)
Room 505, Victoria Building 37-2 [Link to the notice of this meeting]
  • The current state of Canadian media industries; emerging trends and developments in these industries; the media’s role, rights, and responsibilities in Canadian society; and current and appropriate future policies relating thereto
    • Charles Dalfen, Chairperson (Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission)
    • Marc O'Sullivan, Executive Director, Broadcasting Directorate (Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission)
    • Andrée P. Wylie, Vice-Chairperson, Broadcasting (Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission)
Room 160-S, Centre Block 37-2 [Link to the notice of this meeting]
  • The current state of Canadian media industries; emerging trends and developments in these industries; the media’s role, rights, and responsibilities in Canadian society; and current and appropriate future policies relating thereto
    • Gaston Jorré, Acting Commissioner of Competition (Competition Bureau, Industry Canada)
    • Peter Sagar, Deputy Commissioner of Competition, Competition Policy Branch (As an Individual)
Room 505, Victoria Building 37-2 [Link to the notice of this meeting]
* Please note meeting changes.
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