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Columnist says Sun News' jabbing at the CBC, calling it "the state broadcaster", was ironic given the network's unequivocal support of the Harper government and its steady fill-ups at the Economic Action Plan advertising tank.
Stephen Harper tells Quebec radio station that plenty of Radio-Canada workers "hate" conservative values.
In a French language interview with Eric Duhaime and Nathalie Normandeau on FM93, Stephen Harper said that a majority of Quebecers embrace conservative values and that those same values are hated by many SRC/CBC employees.
National digital and television advertising campaign focusing on Stephen Harper's antipathy towards Canada's national public broadcaster.
Artists, journalists, labor leaders and politicians came together in Montreal on Sunday February 15th to show support for Radio-Canada.
FRIENDS' spokesperson, Ian Morrison, discusses the end of Sun News Network on the Todd Veinotte Show.
Author says he believes he saw many classic propaganda techniques at work in Moscow.
The journalist says Louis Lalande, executive vice-president of French services at CBC/Radio-Canada, unveiled his strategy for the future of French services at Radio-Canada.
The Canadian Media Guild announces a series of concerts and actions to champion public broadcasting.
Columnist says ratings show the CBC is actually not doing so badly: Murdoch Mysteries, The Book of Negroes, Schitt’s Creek and The Mercer Report all made it to the top 30 during the week of Jan. 25.
You can also watch Francine Pelletier’s French-language interview with Mr. Mulcair here.
Stéphane Dion, the Liberal critic for Canadian Heritage, speaks with Michael Enright on CBC Radio about his party's vision for Canada's public broadcaster.
Canada Supreme Court has ordered the Court of Appeal of Quebec to give a second hearing to the case of two Radio-Canada unions opposing a federal expenditure control law. This law had retroactively reduced the salary increase negotiated by the union members with their employer.
Friends of Canadian Broadcasting announced today that the Honourable Thomas Mulcair, Leader of the Official Opposition and Canada’s New Democrats, will kick off Friends’ Leaders’ Series about the CBC.
33 artists come together to share their love and support for the CBC. The show will be held at Metropolis on February 15th.
Here’s how the BBC, disrupted by technology and new habits, is thinking about its future by Joseph Lichterman
The BBC releases a new report looking at the future of news as it looks toward its royal charter renewal in 2017.
CBC President Hubert Lacroix addresses Concordia's Department of Journalism.
During a public hearing of the Senate Standing Committee on Transport and Communications Conservative Senator Stephen Greene blurted out a blueprint for the re-structuring of the CBC.
Columnist says for the most part, Canada’s national broadcasting company, the CBC, doesn’t figure prominently in any of the lists of top programming – except in the lists specifically dedicated to Canadian content.
Thomas Mulcair announces an NDP government would cancel the 115 million dollar cuts to the CBC/Radio-Canada and invest to safeguard the future and independence of the public broadcaster.