It was established with the objective of defending the interests of Canada’s private broadcasters.

By Aeman Ansari

The Canadian Association of Broadcasters represents the majority of Canadian programming services, including private radio and television stations, as well as pay-per-view services. It was established on January 28, 1926 by the founders of Canadian broadcasting. The mandate behind this group was to defend the interests of Canada’s private broadcasters.

With research from The Canadian Association of Broadcasters website