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Chart showing decline in total grant and operating grant from Parliament to CBC from 1990/91 to 2014/15, indexed by Prime Minister and adjusted to 2014 dollars.
Ian Morrison will provide media comment following tomorrow’s announcement about CBC’s financial situation.
A senate report says looming budget and job cuts at Canada's public broadcaster may hinder the vitality and survival of minority official language communities across the country.
CBC staff are preparing themselves for bad news as the broadcaster is expected to announce a major round of job cuts and reductions to services.
Friends of Canadian Broadcasting warns of layoffs and cuts to CBC programming.
CBC President Hubert Lacroix is set to address a town hall meeting of all CBC and Radio-Canada employees on Thursday at 12:30 p.m. The meeting will be about the broadcaster's financial pressures and how it will go forward.
Maureen Lynett, one of three women who founded No Casino Toronto, says her experience with Paikin’s producers contradicts his claim that it’s difficult to find women to come on his show.
According to a new poll, a strong majority of Ontario voters believe Premier Wynne should keep the promise of long term funding for TVO and TFO made by her predecessor, and seven-in-ten favour maintaining or increasing funding for the provincial public broadcasters.
A significant majority of Ontarians (7 of 10) believe that Premier Wynne should keep the promise of long term funding support for TVO and TFO, according to the latest survey of 1,000 Ontarians conducted between March 21st and 24th, 2014.
Randy Morse of Kaslo, British Columbia has won the $10,000 first prize in this year’s Dalton Camp Award for his essay on the dearth of news media in small town Canada and what can be done about it.
Political satirist and television host Rick Mercer announces he has signed a three-year deal with the CBC, extending his show, Rick Mercer Report, through the 2017 season.
Columnist asks whether public broadcasting is still a valid concept in a digital environment.
Columnist says the opposition politicians who are always so quick to jump up and say that the public broadcaster is a vital resource that must be properly funded should take note that the CBC suffered a huge loss with the new Rogers/NHL dea and suggest the government do something about it.
Columnist says there has long been fears that the CBC's response to the slow fiscal strangulation imposed by successive federal governments would be the privatizing of all services except the enormously popular Radio One.
Columnist says that as the CBC decides against new season orders for Arctic Air and Cracked, the public broadcaster is looking for a new “balance of programming” to distinguish itself from private sector rivals.
SRC concludes it would be inappropriate to have Pauline Marois on 'Tout le monde en parle' on the eve of the April 7 Quebec election.
In Reversal Since the Recession, Some States Give More Money to Public Television by Elizabeth Jensen
Gov. Mike Pence of Indiana says public television plays a vital role in educating the public, and most especially our children.
Steve Paikin, host of The Agenda, says everyone in the current affairs business wants guests who are brilliant, but who also accurately represent the population they serve.
CBC should stop journalists like Rex Murphy from taking speaking fees: Ombudsman review by Jenny Uechi
After Rex Murphy and Peter Mansbridge took spotlight over oil industry speaking fees, an Ombudsman now concludes the CBC's broadcasters should be wary of payments from "powerful advocacy groups".
Columnist says Harper should be glad he did not accede to Péladeau’s suggestions that he tear the wings off Radio-Canada.