In an era in which the amount of information accumulated by businesses grows exponentially, it is important to know how to manage and protect crucial data.
This year will be interesting for broadcasting with global media events like the Olympic Games and the US elections bound to impact the Canadian market.
Next month, the annual show honoring video games will not be televised but streamed and will garner a larger Canadian viewership than most national awards ceremonies. Here are five reasons why.
As 2019 comes to an end, it’s time to look back at which broadcasting news that will shape the future of Canada’s media landscape might have been overlooked.
Despite being launched almost 3 years ago, I’ve recently re-discovered Niantic’s sensation based on Nintendo’s pocket monsters franchise and its evolution.
I’m a cord-cutter who doesn’t miss television as YouTube provides me with what traditional broadcasters don’t: compelling content relevant to my interests.
To Canadians, eSports teams and tournaments have transcended into household names and lifestyle brands; yet broadcasters are still treating them as novelty. So here are 5 reasons why Canadian broadcasters should capitalize on this growing phenomenon.
The world can be overly negative at times; so I compiled a list of little things anyone can do to make our world a better place to live in for everyone.
The recent fire of Notre Dame gave me the desire to reminisce about the magnificence of the place I used to spend hours in reflecting on life and reading.