BlackBerry annual and special meeting will take place on the 22/6/2016

Blackberry announced that they will hold their annual meeting on Thursday the 22/6/2016, the day before the Quarter results of  Q1 2017 fiscal.

In the official statement Blackberry says it’s a special meeting with the annual one. So maybe they will announce something that will affect the next day press conference. The meetings will be cast live and you can register here.

ATERLOO, ONTARIO–(Marketwired – June 15, 2016) – BlackBerry® (NASDAQ:BBRY)(TSX:BB) will hold its Annual and Special Meeting of Shareholders on Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016 at 10am ET in Waterloo, Ontario. The live webcast can be listened to on June 22nd at

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  • shaun

    What would the special part be about?

    • Simpleberryroy

      We don’t know… i try to check with friends

  • Anthony

    One thing high on the agenda should be to bring back flash to the BB10 browser.

    BlackBerry stopped sponsoring the Mercedes F1 team. Putting flash back into the BB10 browser is doable.

    The Crackle app was removed from BlackBerry World. But, using the flash-enabled Zeus browser I can view videos at and it’s better than using an app. locco_smiley_20

    Does Netflix still use Silverlight for web viewing? Put a Silverlight plugin in BB10’s browser. locco_smiley_7

    • bartron

      That’s one of the worst ideas I’ve ever heard. Not only is Flash a huge security liability, but more and more websites and developers are dropping support for it. Thankfully, BlackBerry was smart enough to remove it from the BB10 browser.

      • Anthony

        No, many websites I visit still use flash to play videos.

        If the browser doesn’t support flash you need an app.

  • bartron

    The meeting is probably to explain the new way they’ll be reporting their numbers. I believe they’re switching to segment reporting.