To raise the public profile of its issue set and advance its work, FRIENDS of Canadian Broadcasting frequently writes letters to print media editors, elected officials, broadcasting personalities, and the CRTC.
Form letter response from the CBC President's Chief of Staff to a number of FRIENDS' supporters denying that CBC has plans to move The National to 11 pm.
Letter from CBC Media Relations requesting a retraction of FRIENDS statement that there are plans to move The National from 10 pm to 11 pm weeknights.
Response from Kirstine Layfield, CBC's General Manager TV, regarding FRIENDS statement that there are plans to move The National from 10 pm to 11 pm weeknights.
The Honourable Marlene Jennings M.P. responds to a constituent's concerns about an anticipated $171 million revenue shortfall at the CBC for the 2009-2010 fiscal year.
Letter from the Mayor of Sarnia, Ontario urging the Prime Minister to provide bridge financing and increase the parliamentary allocation to Canada's public broadcaster.
CBC form letter in response to a message protesting the possible inclusion of commercials on CBC Radio.
Email from Anita Neville, MP to a Winnipeg South Centre constituent saying the Liberal Party will "do its part to ensure that advertising is not aired on public radio".
Letter to the Editor, Globe and Mail - FRIENDS says that despite claims that there is little appetite to increase resources to the CBC, a majority report of the House of Commons Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage recommends that Parliament "increase the appropriations it gives the public broadcaster, from $33 per capita to $40 per capita a year over the next seven years".
Email from John Duncan, MP to a Vancouver Island North constituent regarding the availability of "over-air" access to CBC television in the Comox Valley since the transmission tower was destroyed.
Correspondence between Chief of Staff to CBC President and a Friends' supporter regarding Radio 2 and Friends of Canadian Broadcasting.