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Columnist says former CBC host Evan Solomon has become the latest in a long list of journalists who think they don’t have to behave by the rules.
CTV, Global and Rogers have no new Canadian shows this fall and CTV has announced that they are cancelling "Degrassi: The Next Generation" after 14 seasons.
Senator Maria Chaput says CBC’s mandate is really what is at stake when talking about cuts being made to the public broadcaster.
Supporters of the CBC/SRC in Winnipeg South, Winnipeg South Centre and Saint Boniface-Saint Vital will officially launch the We Vote CBC! lawn sign campaign at a photo opportunity later this week.
Columnist says this year’s Gémeaux gala runs Sept. 20 on Radio-Canada and Tory cuts to the public broadcaster are shaping up to be an election issue in Quebec with federalist and sovereigntist politicians united in calling for their reversal.
Columnist goes through his impressions of CBC's upcoming programming season.
Nine of the eleven current members of the CBC Board of Directors - all of whom have been appointed by Prime Minister Harper - are or have been financial contributors to the Conservative Party of Canada.
Elizabeth May, Thomas Mulcair and Justin Trudeau have given clear public commitments for restored financial support, editorial independence and governance reform for the CBC.
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Stephen Harper and Bloc leader Mario Beaulieu did not respond to our invitation to outline their vision for CBC.
Columnist says the Conservatives' refusal to participate in anything organized by CBC/Radio-Canada would be consistent with the government’s well-known attitude of hatred towards the public broadcaster.
Columnist says the BBC is a likely target of David Cameron's Conservative majority government.
David Taras, professor of communications at Mount Royal University suggests that, for the CBC, it appears as though the loss of NHL hockey to Rogers was only the spark that may soon ignite a forest fire.
The ruling Conservative Party says it will not take part in debates hosted by the usual major broadcasters during the upcoming election campaign.
The CRTC is opening its online discussion forum to gather comments about a draft Television Service Provider Code of Conduct.
Columnist says Peterborough has been chosen as one of twenty riding’s to join a national campaign to save the CBC.
Columnist says the Conservatives are trying to stage manage their own debates and shut out the CBC, which is part of the broadcast consortium along with CTV and Global.
Full page ad in the April and May editions of The Walrus featuring comments from the Nobel Prize winning Canadian author, Alice Munro.
Senior-Managing Director of CBC (Atlantic Canada) says technology and media consumption habits are changing almost daily and the CBC must position itself so that it is agile and responsive to the audience’s changing needs.
Columnist says every CBC videographer in Alberta has received notice that they are to be laid off.
Paul Almond was a long-time and strong supporter of the work of Friends of Canadian Broadcasting.