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British Columbia Radio and Television Broadcasters

http://www.bcab.org/

The BCAB is a regional trade association, representing the majority of British Columbia's private radio and television broadcasters. A large number of partners and suppliers to the broadcasters are Associate Members.

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Canadian Broadcasting Standards Council

http://www.cbsc.ca/

Independent self-regulatory council receiving citizen complaints and administering radio and television codes dealing with violence, sex-role portrayal, ethics and journalistic ethics.

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Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission

http://www.crtc.gc.ca/

The CRTC's role is to supervise and regulate Canada's broadcasting and telecommunications systems, balancing the interests of consumers, the creative community and distribution industries in implementing the public policy objectives established by Parliament.

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Conseil canadien des normes de la radiotÚlÚvision

http://www.ccnr.ca/

French version of the webservice from the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council.

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Friends Of Canadian Broadcasting

http://friendscb.org/

FOCB is a Canada-wide voluntary organization supported by 45,000 households whose mission is to defend and enhance the quality and quantity of Canadian programming in the Canadian audio-visual system.

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NCRA - The National Campus and Community Radio Association

http://www.ncra.ca/

Non-profit national association of organizations and individuals committed to volunteer-based, community-oriented radio broadcasting.

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The Canadian Association of Broadcasters

http://www.cab-acr.ca/

Founded in 1926 by 13 farsighted broadcast pioneers, the Canadian Association of Broadcasters is one of Canada's best known and most respected trade organizations. The collective voice of Canada's local, advertising supported broadcasting companies, it represents 402 radio stations, 78 television stations, one network and 15 specialty services.

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The Canadian Association of Journalists

http://www.caj.ca/

National non-profit advocacy and professional development organization serving Canadian journalists from all media.

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The Canadian Society for Independent Radio Production

http://www.radiosite.ca/

"The first organization in Canada to serve the needs of the all producers of radio programming, regardless of whether they are volunteer or professional".

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