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According to a new report, broadcasting revenues in Canada last year decreased by 1.6% to $17.9 billion.
Former director of HR sues CBC, alleging senior management conspired to fire her by Joseph Brean & Sean Craig
A former human resources executive for the CBC has filed a wrongful dismissal suit against the broadcaster, alleging that senior HR staff conspired to fire her while she was on medical leave and that CEO Hubert Lacroix breached his duties in refusing to review the matter
CRTC says cord cutting took a bigger bite out of Canada’s broadcast industry last year as younger audiences increasingly listened to music and watched television over the Internet.
CRTC Chairman says a new report clearly shows that viewing and listening habits are continuing to shift.
The columnist questions the relevance of inviting politicians for interviews on Radio-Canada's hit talk-show Tout le monde en parle. He is very dismayed by Mélanie Joly's last appearance on the show and finds the interview was handled in a complacent manner.
Why it’s irresponsible for the publicly funded CBC to explain the news rather than provide it by David Berry
Columnist says that the public broadcaster diverting some of its resources into telling citizens what to think is to fundamentally misunderstand its mandate.
Columnist says Newspapers Canada would have you believe that their aggressive bid for more government subsidies is about funding journalism, but the facts suggest that the newspapers’ executives are just looking for a new source of revenue to keep their investors rich and happy as they kill jobs.
The CBC’s new sitcom is the first mainstream Canadian show with an Asian lead cast — which, Lucas Costello argues, says a lot about how far behind the network and Canadian television at large are in reflecting the population.
Columnist says that viewers may not unanimously love his quirks as a broadcaster but there is no denying Ron MacLean's affection for the sport, something Canadians demand from the host of their favourite hockey broadcast.
Editorial says Kim's Convenience, adapted from a play by Ins Choi, has a willingness to laugh at uncomfortable aspects of the immigrant experience that makes it resonate far beyond the Korean community.
CBC has announces its first brand partners for daytime talk show The Goods, with Butterball and Sunwing signing on as full-season sponsors and Ebates.ca and the genealogy company Ancestry.ca signing integration deals.
Columnist says CBC's new programming lineup seems to be the direct result of the public broadcaster trying to make everything appealing to everyone, with little of it gaining any traction.
Columnist explores whether public money is squeezing out independent journalism.
Columnist says CBC's new drama mixes crime, politics and media culture.
Outgoing BBC director of radio Helen Boaden has said she values “slow news” and questioned whether the media does enough to “explain and explore” in today’s fast-paced environment.
Political memoirs reveal Downing Street bids to control the BBC under David Cameron by Dominic Ponsford
Former cabinet minister Ken Clarke has claimed that the Downing Street press office falsely told the BBC he was ill to try to stop him appearing on Question Time.
In this excerpt from Secret Life: The Jian Ghomeshi Investigation, Kevin Donovan describes the Q host’s last show and the explosive meeting between his lawyer and CBC amid rumours of a big story breaking.
On September 22, 2016, BBC officially opened its new Canadian edition of their website.
Columnist says Ottawa shouldn’t be let off the hook of a historically-mandated commitment to ensure Canadians enjoy equitable cross-country access to media that reflects our lives.