Tag: CBC

All things CBC from Broadcast Dialogue, Canada’s broadcast industry publication of record.

Rex Murphy dead at 77

Longtime broadcaster and columnist Rex Murphy has died, the National Post has confirmed. Murphy passed away Wednesday at the age of 77 after a battle...

CBC/Radio-Canada recognized at New York Festivals Radio Awards

CBC/Radio-Canada has been recognized in half a dozen categories at the New York Festivals Radio Awards, announced Tuesday. Gold Award winners include The World at...

TV & Film News – Deepa Mehta to be recognized with...

The Hollywood Reporter Women in Entertainment Canada has announced that film writer and director Deepa Mehta will receive the Equity in Entertainment Award at...

CBC/Radio-Canada heads into New York Festivals Radio Awards with 19 shortlisted...

CBC/Radio-Canada is heading into the New York Festivals Radio Awards with 19 programs on this year's shortlist. With awards set to be handed out at...

TV & Film News – Marilyn Denis, Tonya Williams among Canadian...

Insight Productions CEO John Brunton, broadcaster Marilyn Denis, Reelworld founder Tonya Williams, and late filmmaker Jeff Barnaby have been revealed as the Academy of...

Canadian Screen Awards nominations by network

The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television (the Canadian Academy) has unveiled this year's Canadian Screen Awards nominees. By network, CBC/Radio-Canada and its creative and production...

Radio & Podcast News – Stingray and independent broadcasters appeal for...

Stingray has joined forces with a coalition of 20 independent broadcasters to compel the federal government to allocate a greater share of its advertising...

TV & Film News – Super Bowl LVIII draws record audience

Super Bowl LVIII drew an audience of 19 million Canadian viewers, spurring it to set a record as the most-watched Super Bowl ever, and...

Radio & Podcast News – CBC rebrands flagship evening newscast ‘The...

CBC News has undertaken a rebrand of its flagship evening radio newscast as it moves to make the broadcast simultaneously available as an on-demand...

Nova Scotia broadcaster Frank Cameron signs off

Frank Cameron, a staple on the Nova Scotia airwaves for more than six decades, passed away Saturday. He was 85. Cameron, who had just retired...