FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Toronto - Leading personalities from the
worlds of Canadian business, literature, music and the arts will speak out
about the importance of public broadcasting at a news conference in Toronto tomorrow.
The event, sponsored by the broadcast watchdog group Friends
of Canadian Broadcasting, comes just days before Canada's broadcast regulator
begins a review of CBC's licences for the first time this century.
am - Wednesday,
November 14, 2012
Ballroom C, King Edward Hotel, 37 King Street East, Toronto
- Will Ferguson, winner of the 2012
and screen giant Gordon Pinsent
Lou Fallis, the world's funniest diva
Lam, winner of the 2006 Giller Prize
Peterson, star of some of Canada's most successful television programs
- Robert Foster, Vice
Chair Business for the Arts and President and CEO of Capital Canada, an
independent investment banking firm
and actor Michael Healey
Davies, Former Executive Director of Culture for the City of Toronto
For information: Jim
Nov 14, 2012 — Blog Post: The Stars come out for CBC - Media Event
Leading personalities from the worlds of Canadian business, literature, music and the arts speak out about the importance of public broadcasting at a news conference in Toronto.