RTDNA Canada has announced this year’s National Lifetime Achievement Award winners, presented to individuals who have distinguished themselves through outstanding service and continued excellence during the course of their career in broadcast and digital journalism.
This year’s honourees include former CBC foreign correspondent Carol Off, the longtime host of CBC Radio One’s As It Happens, who stepped away from the show last year; Dave Budge, the retired VP of News and Information at Rogers Sports & Media, and past News Director at CBC Calgary and Global Calgary; and Rose Kingdon, Director of Broadcast News at The Canadian Press (CP).
RTDNA will also present a posthumous award to former CTV Senior Director Allan Myers, who passed away suddenly in August 2022. Myers started his career at BCTV (now Global BC), before going on to roles at Al Jazeera in Washington, D.C, CBS affiliate WUSA 9, Temple Street Productions, and TVO. He took up the position of Senior Director, CTV National News in 2014, in addition to directing more than 50 episodes of CTV’s W5.
This year’s honourees will be recognized at the RTDNA Canada National Gala on Oct. 21.
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