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The Minister of Canadian Heritage, Mélanie Joly, says she is working to “substantially increase” the budget for CBC/Radio-Canada, the public broadcaster, but without committing to a specific number.
Radio-Canada: le gouvernement Trudeau se fait discret sur sa promesse de 150 millions de dollars - Catherine Lévesque
Journalist says Mélanie Joly, the Canadian Heritage minister, is becoming more evasive when questioned about the promise to reinvest $150 million in CBC/Radio-Canada.
Columnist says citizenship is a joint mission; we keep each other honest via different people and organizations inspecting each other for flaws or victories.
FRIENDS tells Canada's broadcast regulator that without prompt action from the CRTC, many local TV stations, particularly in small and medium markets, will likely fail.
A message from Louis Lalande, Executive vice-president, Radio-Canada.
A new study, commissioned in part by FRIENDS, warns that rules designed to unbundle large cable and satellite packages could cause nearly 7,000 job losses and take away about $400-million in funding for Canadian programs.
CBC/Radio-Canada has been looking at all of its properties with the goal of selling its older buildings, said Johnny Michel, senior managing director of CBC English Services in B.C. and Alberta.
Canada's new heritage minister says the Trudeau government will increase funding to "battered" arts and cultural institutions, including the CBC, but that they should adapt to the digital age.
Columnist says that as the public broadcaster moves toward a more digital and smartphone universe, the wild west values of cyberspace seem at variance with the high journalistic standards on which the CBC once prided itself.
According to an internal survey carried out following the Jian Ghomeshi scandal, many employees of Canada’s national broadcaster believe the CBC workplace is psychologically unhealthy and managers do not deal effectively with issues that may threaten or harm them.
The Honourable Mélanie Joly, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages, addresses delegates at the National Young Professionals Summit on the Arts, Friday, November 13 in Montreal.
Author is highly critical of CBC President Hubert Lacroix saying he failed to defend the public broadcaster's journalistic integrity and facilitated the Conservatives’ budget cuts.
Newly released documents show the federal government concluded the CBC didn't break any labour laws months before a critical report detailed how the broadcaster failed to address troubling behaviour by former radio host Jian Ghomeshi.
After being sworn in on Nov.4, Mélanie Joly said that one of her top priorities is to increase the budget for both the Canada Council for the Arts and the CBC.
The City of Montreal and the Quebec Government have come together to create a non-profit organization to protect the costume collection.
Through the CRTC new rules, TFO offers its television service for free to cable operators for inclusion in their entry-level basic service.
The journalist explains why SCFP, Radio-Canada’s main union is in favour of a moratorium on the downsizing plan which includes the sale of the Montreal building. The union states that, considering the funding promised by the new government, there is no emergency to liquidate the public broadcaster’s assets.
Canadian performers and producers have reached a new Independent Production Agreement (IPA) governing English-language production in Canada.
A new era for CBC, hopefully: Things could finally start looking up for the beleaguered public broadcaster in 2016 by Cassandra Szklarski
FRIENDS says the fact the public broadcaster's scandals have been limited to English services suggests there is a management problem.
Le Devoir says CBC’s management plans toabandon its Montreal building and site to relocate the public broadcaster in an 35,000-square-foot rental space.