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Carleton professor Andrew Cohen says the CBC is having a bad year and a bad time because it’s not able to do the thing the public broadcaster should be doing in Canada and that’s because we’re underfunding it.
Columnist says Canadians have every right to wonder what, exactly, is going on behind the scenes at the public broadcaster.
CBC host Amanda Lang is under fire over accusations of conflict of interest in connection with her reporting on RBC.
The CBC’s Amanda Lang is denying allegations that she tried to “sabotage” a significant story on RBC and temporary foreign workers because she appears to have ties to Canada’s biggest bank.
Columnist reviews the licence funding swiss model for public and private broadcasting.
Amid reports that Netflix was cracking down on online proxy services that allow foreign-based viewers to vault geofences, even the streaming company admits that trying to block virtual private networks (VPN) is next to impossible.
The CBC has suspended two executives in connection with the ongoing Jian Ghomeshi scandal.
Executive director of CBC-Radio and executive director of human resources put on leave; is ‘related’ to Ghomeshi scandal.
Chris Boyce, once responsible for all radio programming at CBC including Jian Ghomeshi's Q, and executive Todd Spencer are on immediate leave.
CBC radio boss Chris Boyce, the central figure in the Canadian pubcaster's Jian Ghomeshi sex scandal, is on a leave of absence from his job.
CBC has suspended the two senior executives who managed the Jian Ghomeshi file months before it exploded into view last fall, including one of the disgraced radio host’s primary champions.
Todd Veinotte speaks with Ian Morrison of FRIENDS of Canadian Broadcasting about the CBC and Canadian media.
Columnist says Karl Péladeau's perception in some quarters as a ruthless capitalist who led a crusade against the CBC’s French-language service — Quebecor’s fiercest TV competitor in Quebec — has not helped him in the polls.
Columnist says the media magnate is considered the front-runner in the Parti Quebecois leadership race, but experts are divided on if he can unite Quebecers around sovereignty.
Former CBC Radio One host says the public broadcaster has long clashed with whichever party is in power, but this is the first time one has seemed ideologically opposed to the very existence of a national broadcaster.
Columnist says that CBC management has a lot of work to do to correct both the appearance and the reality of what it is like to work for the public broadcaster.
Columnist says 2014 will only be remembered as the year when the public broadcaster's hippest offering was exposed as the toxic fiefdom of a man alleged to be a serial abuser of women.
An application has been filed with Canada's broadcast regulator to add a Huffington Post channel to the English television lineup.
How TSN turned the world juniors into a pillar of seasonal programming — and changed Canada’s sports TV landscape
“I don’t know if there’s anything that identifies TSN to Canadians more than the world juniors,” said Mark Milliere, TSN’s senior vice-president of production.
The site is a huge cultural force, but an unfulfilled economic one. Susan Wojcicki’s mission is to change that.