Tag: Sports

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

Rod Black departs TSN after three decades

TSN has announced that sportscaster Rod Black is leaving the network after three decades and a 40-year career in sports media. Hailing from Winnipeg, Black...

Broadcast Dialogue – The Podcast: Dave Cadeau on the evolution of...

After parting ways with Sportsnet Radio earlier this year, this was supposed to be the summer of Dave Cadeau...but the Hamilton Tiger Cats had...

Bob McCown brings his podcast to SiriusXM

Legendary sports talk personality Bob McCown is the latest broadcaster to sign with SiriusXM Canada. The Bob McCown Podcast, which the former Sportsnet host launched...

Bob McCown to debut new radio show on Sauga 960 AM

Bob McCown is returning to radio with The Bob McCown Show to debut on Sauga 960 AM (CKNT-AM) Monday night. McCown has been hosting a...

Chris Cuthbert crosses street to Sportsnet

In a big get for Rogers Sports & Media, longtime TSN sportscaster Chris Cuthbert is making the move to Sportsnet. Rogers announced Friday that Cuthbert...

Canadian Screen Award winners named in Broadcast, Sports, Documentary & Factual

The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television virtually presented the Canadian Screen Awards in the Broadcast News, Sports Programming, and Documentary and Factual categories...

$500M in federal relief earmarked for arts, culture and sports sectors

The Canada Media Fund (CMF), is among the organizations welcoming $500 million in emergency COVID-19 relief for the arts, culture, sports, and media sectors,...

TSN & Sportsnet team up to re-broadcast Raptors journey to the...

There is no better time than the present for sports fans to harken back to happier days and that's exactly what TSN and Sportsnet...

CBC commits to gender-balanced sports coverage

CBC Sports has announced a commitment to gender-balanced coverage of sports and athlete stories, in recognition of International Women’s Day, Sunday, Mar. 8. The public...

SIGN-OFFS

Kevin Horner, 60, suddenly on Feb. 2. A graduate of SAIT’s Class of 1987, Horner started with CTV Calgary (CFCN) part-time while still a...

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