SyrupCast 31: Editorial Control

This week, special guest Ben Klass talks about his complaint filed to the CRTC back in 2013, and the regulatory body’s decision to force Bell and Videotron to change the way they bill customers for mobile TV access.

We also talk about the role of regulation within Canada’s telecom system as a whole, and how the changing viewing habits of Canadians will be impacted by monthly bandwidth limitations.

Finally, we touch on TELUS’s rebranding of Public Mobile, and whether it’s possible to get by with a data-only LTE plan.

It’s a bit regulatory-heavy again (sorry for those wanting phone talk, it will be back next week!) but it’s a really interesting conversation with a really smart guy.

And if you’re watching the video podcast (coming soon), stick around for the bloopers.

Hosts: Daniel Bader, Douglas Soltys
Guest: Ben Klass

Runtime: 1 hr 3 min

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