The broadcasting in Canada started during the 1920s when Canadians were attracted to the radio craze to listen to the American stations. By 1923, Canadian National Railways made their first set of radios & equipped them to the trains which enabled the passengers to hear radio broadcasts. By 1928, they had created the network by building their own stations.
Canadian Radio Broadcasting Commission (CRBC), Canada’s first public broadcaster, was established in 1932. They regulate broadcasting in Canada.
There are many radio broadcasting companies operating in Canada today. Let’s have a look at some of them:
- Newcap Radio
Newcap Radio, formerly known as Newcap Broadcasting, founded in 1986, majority-owned by Harold R. Steele. Newfoundland Capital Corporation Ltd. is the parent company of this Canadian broadcasting company.
Headquartered in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, it operates 94 stations across the country & is known to be the second best in the