Re the article by the president of the CBC - which you will note appeared on the National Post's editorial - not op-ed page - is a disgrace. I would refer you, in particular to the 5th and 6th paragraphs - as regards bizarre language. As for the closing paragraphs, a BBC-like process of the broadcaster's mandate could be a welcome thing, if carried out along lines such as are carried out, as in the UK. Meanwhile, Mr. Rabinovitch's dreadful pitch demonstrates that he is the enemy within.
FYI, I am not a CBC employee or contractor. But I'm angry enough this morning to join your organization in order to help save one of our country's most cherished institutions (ironically, established by one of the most hated governments in Canada, ever, whose leader left Canada, forever.)
Headline in the Post today should have read as "a CBC contract ON Canadians." Not with us.
Related Documents: November 24, 2006
- National Post
: A CBC contract with Canadians by Robert Rabinovitch
CBC/Radio-Canada president and CEO calls a for formally instituted government-led mandate review every 10 years spelling out what Canadians should expect from the public broadcaster.