Agenda, Hearing 4 April 2011, Gatineau, Quebec

HEARING

Gatineau, Quebec

Group-based licence renewals for English-language television groups

4 April 2011 at 9 a.m.

Conference Center
Portage IV
140 Promenade du Portage
Gatineau, Quebec

Hearing Room: Outaouais
Temporary Examination Room:
Papineau – 819-953-3168

Interventions received concerning the applications scheduled for this hearing are available on the public examination files.

Reference Documents: Broadcasting Notices of Consultation CRTC 2010-952, 2010-952-1 and 2010‑952-2.


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Monday, 4 April 2011

Appearing Items

Phase I – Presentations by the Applicants

1. CTVglobemedia Inc.
Application 2010-1261-6

Applications by CTVglobemedia Inc. (CTVgm), on behalf of the licensees listed in Broadcasting Notices of Consultation CRTC 2010-952, for the renewal, and/or the revocation and the issuance of broadcasting licences for the stations and services listed in Broadcasting Notices of Consultation CRTC 2010-952.

Kevin Crull - Chief Operating Officer, CTV
Phil King - President of Sports & Executive Vice-President of Programming, CTV
Rick Brace - President, Revenue and Business Planning, CTV Inc.
Clare Brown - Senior Vice President, Finance, CTV
Bart Yabsley - Executive Vice President, Business Planning and Distribution, CTV
Mirko Bibic - Senior Vice President, Government & Regulatory Affairs, BCE
Kevin Goldstein - Vice President, Regulatory Affairs, CTV
Richard Gray - Vice President/General Manager | 'A' Ottawa | CFRA | MAJIC 100 | 93.9 BOB FM | TEAM 1200 National Head 'A' News
Elaine Ali - Senior Vice-President, CTV Owned & Operated Stations
Lloyd Lewis - Vice President and General Manager, CTV Edmonton and ACCESS TV
Corrie Coe - Senior Vice President, Independent Production, CTV
Brook Peters - Director of Programming, Much MTV Group
Bob McLaughlin - Senior Vice-President, CTV Production, Vice President and General Manager, CP24

Tuesday, 5 April 2011

2. Rogers Broadcasting Limited
Application 2010-1253-3

Applications by Rogers, on behalf of itself and of Rogers Sportsnet Inc., for the renewal, and/or the revocation and the issuance of broadcasting licences for the stations and services listed in Broadcasting Notices of Consultation CRTC 2010-952.

Keith Pelley – President, Rogers Media Inc.
Jamie Haggarty – EVP, Operations and Engineering
Alain Strati – VP, OMNI and Specialty Television
Navaid Mansuri – VP, Finance and Administration
Malcolm Dunlop – EVP, Programming
Susan Wheeler – VP, Regulatory, Media

3. Corus Entertainment Inc.
Application 2010-1350-8

Applications by Corus, on behalf of the licensees listed in Broadcasting Notices of Consultation CRTC 2010-952, for the renewal, and/or the revocation and the issuance of broadcasting licences for the stations and services listed in Broadcasting Notices of Consultation CRTC 2010-952.

John Cassaday - President and CEO
Doug Murphy - Executive Vice President & President, Corus Television
Gary Maavara - Executive Vice President & General Counsel
Sylvie Courtemanche - Vice President, Government Relations
Gerry Mackrell - Vice President, Head of Airtime Sales
Jocelyn Hamilton - Vice President, Original Programming, Kids, Comedy & Drama
Karen Phillips - Vice President, Network Program Operations
William Knight - Vice President, Head of Development & Planning
Gordon Lee - Director, Content Distribution
Bryan Ellis - Vice President, Content Management

Wednesday, 6 April 2011

4. Shaw Media Inc.
Application 2010-1307-8

Applications by Shaw, on behalf of the licensees listed in Broadcasting Notices of Consultation CRTC 2010-952, for the renewal, and/or the revocation and the issuance of broadcasting licences for the television stations and services listed in Broadcasting Notices of Consultation CRTC 2010-952.

Paul Robertson – Group Vice President Broadcast and President, Shaw Media
Barb Williams – Senior Vice President, Content, Shaw Media
Errol Da-Re – Senior Vice President, Sales, Shaw Media
Charlotte Bell – Vice President, Regulatory & Government Affairs, Shaw Media
Troy Reeb – Vice President, News, Shaw Media
Michael French – Vice President, Finance, Shaw Media
Carol Darling – Vice President Engineering & Broadcast Systems, Shaw Media
Christine Shipton – Vice President, Original Content, Shaw Media
Liz Thorpe - Manager, Accessibility Services, Shaw Media
Ken Goldstein – President, Communications Management Inc.

Phase II – Presentations by the Interveners

Thursday, 7 April 2011

Intervener – Appearing Individually

1. Canadian Media Production Association (CMPA) (int. #960)

Panel of Interveners

2. Quebec-English-language Production Committee (int. #987)

3. English-Language Arts Network (ELAN) (int. #1099)

Interveners – Appearing Individually

4. TELUS Communications Company (int. #999)

5. Independent Broadcast Group (int. #973)

6. Première Bobine (int. #1030)

Friday, 8 April 2011

Interveners – Appearing Individually

7. Writers Guild of Canada (int. #922)

8. Directors Guild of Canada (int. #936)

9. Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists (ACTRA) and Canadian Federation of Musicians (int. #957)

CTV - Panel of Interveners

10. Georgian Bay General Hospital (int. #113)

11. Imaginad Marketing & Promotions Inc. (int. #220)

12. The Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation (int. #502)

13. UNITY Charity (int. #735)

14. Sarrazin Couture Entertainment (int. #983)

Panel of Interveners

15. Alliance for Equality of Blind Canadians (AEBC) (int. #681)

16. Council of Canadians with Disabilities (CCD) (int. #852)

Monday, 11 April 2011

Interveners – Appearing Individually

17. Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada (CEP) (int. #989, #991 and #993)

18. Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada (CEP) Local 830M (int. #827)

19. Friends of Canadian Broadcasting (int. #1074)

20. Score Media Inc. (int. #1079 and #1081)

ROGERS - Panel of Interveners

21. Greedy Productions (int. #875)

22. Children's Breakfast Club (int. #670)

23. Winnipeg Harvest (int. #365)

24. Ice On Whyte Festival (int. #584)

25. Hockey Calgary (int. #730)

Intervener – Appearing Individually

26. Shaw Media Inc. (int. #956)

Tuesday, 12 April 2011

Interveners – Appearing Individually

27. Canadian Association of Community Television Users and Stations (CACTUS) (int. #1000)

28. Media Access Canada on behalf of the Access 2020 Coalition (int. #1001)

29. Canadian Conference of the Arts (int. #950)

30. Rogers Broadcasting Limited (int. #985)

31. Documentary Organization of Canada (int. #975)

Wednesday, 13 April 2011

Interveners – Appearing Individually

32. CTVgm (int. #958)

33. Alberta Media Production Industries Association (previously known as Alberta Motion Picture Industries Association) (int. #1005 and #1008)

34. On Screen Manitoba (int. #995)

35. Canadian Association of Film Distributors and Exporters (int. #998)

SHAW - Panel of Interveners

36. Toronto International Deaf Film & Arts Festival (int. #962)

37. Strategic Alliance of Broadcasters for Aboriginal Reflection (SABAR) (int. #360)

38. Big White and Silver Star Ski Resorts Ltd. (int. #288)

39. BC Children’s Hospital Foundation (int. #506)

40. Insight Production Company Ltd. (int. #946)

Interveners – Appearing Individually

41. Youth Media Alliance (int. #864)

42. CIMA - Canadian Independent Music Association (int. #910 and #921)

Phase III – Replies by the Applicants

Thursday, 14 April 2011

1. CTVglobemedia Inc.

2. Rogers Broadcasting Limited

Friday, 15 April 2011

3. Corus Entertainment Inc.

4. Shaw Media Inc.

Non-appearing item

Even though there is no oral presentation for the following application, it is, nevertheless, part of this hearing and such, it will be considered by the Panel and a decision will be rendered at a later date.

Please refer to Broadcasting Notices of Consultation CRTC 2010-952, 2010-952-1 and 2010-952-2 for a detailed description of the following application which is available electronically in the Temporary Examination Room.

5. Shaw Cablesystems Limited
Application 2010-1306-0

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