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The Original Technical Crew at Ginwat-Cable TV: built in 1994, the system is fully 2-way and provides Internet and 50 channels of television and audio to all homes in Chisasibi, Quebec
1984: James Bay Cree Communications delivers radio to northern communities as Canada's first satellite radio network. Morning host Luke MacLeod becomes a coffee-drinking morning voice with news, music and interviews
Since its inception, RTS Canada has provided services to community organizations in media. Most of our clients run operations that provide open-access services to the community and many have commercial and other revenue generating methods.
For more information on community FM radio, you can consult with the CRTC webite for background and lists of license holders but for more information on the background and philosophy of the stations, click here.
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Local Cable and ISP Service
Community use of Internet and the reception of distant television signals are issues that have been addressed by small communities by building a 2-way cable television service that functions as a local community network. In Chisasibi, Ginwapt Cable TVserves over 600 homes as the obnbnly local service provider; in Wemindhi, Quebec, Creenet offers both TV and Internet services to all 250 homes and has installed telephone capability.
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