Bell Takes Aim At DSL Reports Readers That Criticized Company
You might recall that back in 2013, some DSLReports.com regulars, including University of Manitoba graduate student Ben Klass ( bklass See Profile), filed a complaint against Bell in Canada. Basically, they were annoyed by the fact that Bell's $5 a month Bell Mobile TV service — which provides 10 hours of live or recorded TV show access each month — didn't count against user usage caps, while competing services unfairly did.
Prime Time Ottawa — How to Survive in Time of Change
At a time when content production and distribution face disruption from technology, changing consumption patterns and evolving regulatory policy, the industry is being forced to steer a new course. Prime Time in Ottawa 2015 brings together some of the most forward-looking players in today’s industry, to share their insights on how to thrive in this time of change.
Funding from Canadian government essential to spur innovation
The problem with experiments is very simple, says University of Toronto Professor Dan Breznitz.
They often fail.
Which presents a dilemma for those who want to foster innovation: In a world of limited resources, who should be placing the bets on potential winners? And when winners win big, to whom should the spoils go?