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August concert in Kingston, Ont., will be live on CBC-TV, Radio One, Radio 2, cbcmusic.ca and YouTube.
The public broadcaster says at least half of the episodes of CBC-TV's Murdoch Mysteries, Heartland and other scripted programs will be directed by women.
Columnist says uncritical defenders of public service broadcasting have turned a blind eye to its decline. This is not a time for conservatism but for long overdue transformation.
Columnist says Mélanie Joly has become the optimistic, smiling face of Trudeau-era Ottawa.
TVO’s Chair of the Board of Directors, Peter O’Brian is announces that Trina McQueen has been appointed to the Board as the new Vice-Chair for a three year-term.
Candy Palmate, who arrived on CBC’s radar in the aftermath of the Jian Ghomeshi scandal, is hosting a new weekday show from 1-3 p.m. on Radio One that she promises will be a “sugar rush.”
the public broadcaster is accused of using government funds to 'outpace' private counterparts.
Man who led CBC's internal investigation into Ghomeshi's conduct sues for more than $700Gs over firing by Colin Perkel
Columnist says a former top CBC executive who became a casualty of the Jian Ghomeshi scandal is suing the broadcaster for wrongful dismissal, saying he was scapegoated for political reasons.
Federally mandated Canadian content regulations express a yearning for a more robust national spirit, but it’s not something you can regulate into existence.
Executive Vice President of English Services says no other media company can match the depth and breadth of the CBC when it comes to distinctly Canadian storytelling.
CBC executive fired in wake of Ghomeshi scandal sues broadcaster for ‘sacrificing’ him by Joseph Brean
A top CBC executive who was fired for his role as a key player in the Jian Ghomeshi affair claims he was politically scapegoated by the public broadcaster, and is suing for more than $700,000.
Columnist says CBC Radio One, CBC TV Sports, and CBC human resources have all experienced, or are experiencing, allegations of workplace bullying and abuse.
Two policy think tanks think Canada should ease the regulatory burden on traditional broadcasters to create a level playing field with less encumbered digital streaming rivals.
Columnists say Ottawa should replace Canadian content rules with direct subsidies, focus regulatory hearings on the benefits of competition between technologies and drop ownership restrictions.
The Presidents and CEOs of three private Québec broadcasters say that instead of trying to complement the private broadcasters, Radio-Canada is duplicating or even mimicking them.
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation says increased federal funding is not enough to offset the need to continue to sell national advertising spots on two of its radio networks.
Private broadcasters say they fear that additional funding to the public broadcaster will be a blank cheque for CBC/Radio-Canada to step up its already ferocious competition against them.
CBC/Radio-Canada president and CEO Hubert Lacroix says the public broadcaster is focused more on RBI singles than grand slam home runs as it looks to reshape itself for a digital future.
Hubert T. Lacroix at UBC Robson Square (Master Mind Master Class): Change or start over? The challenge of transforming large institutions.
Remarks by Hubert T. Lacroix, President and CEO, at the UBC Robson Square (Master Mind Master Class) in Vancouver on May 24, 2016.
Remarks for Jennifer McGuire and Michel Cormier at the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage (CHPC)
Jennifer McGuire, General Manager and Editor in Chief, CBC News, and Michel Cormier, General Manager, News and Current Affairs, French Services, appeared before the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage (CHPC) on May 19, 2016.